Manchester United have confirmed the captures of three new recruits.
Marc Jurado, Alvaro Fernandez and Isak Hansen-Aaroen all arrived in Manchester some time ago but have now been officially confirmed as Red Devils players.
Jurado, 16, and Fernandez, 17, arrived in the UK from Spain last month and have been quarantining ahead of receiving international clearance.
Hansen-Aaroen, 16, is still awaiting international clearance.
According to the Manchester Evening News, full-backs Jurado and Fernandez are undergoing intensive English lessons to help them settle in at Old Trafford.
The pair have also been introduced to United’s academy coaches via Zoom, with Spaniards Arnau Puigmal and Mateo Mejia helping them overcome the language barrier while they settle in to their new surroundings.
Hansen-Aaroen has already been training with United-18s, and has been joined by fellow academy recruits Radek Vitek, Joe Hugill and Logan Pye.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has made just one signing for the first team this summer window, snapping up Donny van de Beek from Ajax.
But Man United’s emphasis on signing youngsters for the future suggests the club are returning to their roots of developing the players of tomorrow.
Solskjaer has made a point of not targeting superstars on huge wages, like former United boss Jose Mourinho did, in a bid to restore changing room unity.