Manchester United & # 39; eye Burnley & # 39; s Dwight McNeil of £ 35 million & # 39; … just five years after he left him at the academy
McNeil became 14 years old American Academy passed, but five years later it seems that Old Trafford is starting to regret that decision.
Burnley values the England under 21 internationally for £ 35 million and would be reluctant to sell the left midfielder.
The teenager, who is a supporter of United, has often been watched by the scouts of United – including the defeat of Burnley 4-2 by Chelsea last month – a match in which he scored.
Speaking of his release from United & # 39; s Academy, McNeil revealed that this was partly due to his lack of dead-ball skills.
& # 39; I was released by Man United when I was 14, & he told the Sun Sun in October.
& # 39; Funny enough, one of the reasons was that I was released because my set pieces were not the best.
& # 39; It was a very troubling time for me. I was also in school, I was still learning.
& # 39; I came to Burnley, got a six-week trial, and signed just before the end of the season.
& # 39; I am a fan of the United man, despite what happened. I will always remain a Man United fan. I just didn't meet their standards. & # 39;
If McNeil rejoined United, he would follow in the footsteps of Pogba who left United for Juventus in 2012, before being re-signed to buy a £ 89m club record.