As per Goal France [via Get France Football News], Manchester United are not going to offer a professional contract to 18-year-old Isaac Karamoko.
Karamoko spent a week on a trial with United’s U-23 setup. A product of PSG’s youth academy, his contract expired and he’s a free agent as we speak. The French-Ivorian striker spent six years with PSG’s academy.
Karamoko is a left-footed winger deployed on the right flank. To explain his style of play briefly- he is quick, extremely technical, agile, and has the ability to find pockets of space and pick his teammates. He’s not physical, lacks awareness, and has a poor defensive contribution.
As per FootMercato, Reading, Hull City, Rayo Vallecano, Stade Brestois and several Serie A teams are monitoring Karamoko’s situation.
United are boosting their youth setup this season. They’ve signed two young full-backs Marc Jurado and Alvaro Fernandez from Barcelona and Real Madrid respectively.
Additionally, Fabrizio Romano previously confirmed United have signed 17-year-old Filip Stevanovic.