Read Up “Reports say Manchester United will raid Man City’s academy for Jack and Tyler Fletcher.” They are the identical twin sons of former Manchester United footballer and current technical director Darren Fletcher.

The 16-year-old studs spent the first part of their careers at City academy despite Fletcher’s affiliation with the Red Devils.

Although last year Jack was chosen for the England Under-16s team and played a game against his brother, both had received youth caps from Scotland.

Now, it seems they will be reunited with their father at Old Trafford, according to Fabrizio Romano, who claims United and City are in negotiations and are close to a deal to recruit both Fletcher twins.

It is said that in order to sign the pair, the Red Devils will pay British records for U16 players.

Reports Say Manchester United will Raid Man City's Academy For Jack And Tyler Fletcher
Reports Say Manchester United will Raid Man City’s Academy For Jack And Tyler Fletcher

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Salisu was acquired by Saints for £10.9 million in 2020 from Valladolid in Spain.

With two years remaining on his contract, the 24-year-old has made 80 appearances for the club on the south coast.

However, he is the newest player to quit Southampton since they were demoted from the Premier League.

Calvin Bassey, an Ajax defender, is also nearing a deal with Fulham around £18.1 million (€21 million).


Ryan Giles’ transfer to Luton is the subject of advanced negotiations with Wolves.

The 23-year-old winger, who can also play wing-back, spent Middlesbrough’s Championship campaign on loan last year.

He made 48 appearances for Boro and contributed 12 assists, which was impressive.

The Hatters are planning to take him to the Premier League after their promotion because one of those assists came in a 2-1 victory over Luton in the league.

The dynamic wide receiver is reportedly being courted by Luton for a club-record £4 million plus add-ons, according to talkSPORT sources.