Manchester United have been bringing in young trialists this season seemingly with a higher profile than ever before. Every month there appears to be a new story about a young highly-rated hopeful rocking up at the club and getting his chance to impress the coaches for a week or so.
Recently there have been players including Leicester City's Jeffrey Schlupp, who scored his first goal this weekend for the Championship club, and Mexican Jurgen Damm, and there's the high profile (by his own insistence!) Bruno Gomes who is one of a number of young Brazilians the club are keeping an eye on.
Over the past day or so, reports have merged in the Danish press of another youngster on his way to Carrington to show off his skills. This time it's young defender Jacob Rasmussen, who is a 16 year old currently registered with Danish club OB. Tipsbladet excitedly call him 'One of Danish football great talents' and say that the experience will be a great one for him at his age.
Sporten, also in Denmark, say that Jacob Rasmussen arrived at Manchester United on Sunday and will train with the club's 'great talents', he'll be put with his own age group and given every opportunity to impress coaches at Manchester United's Carrington base.
It's international break this week which means the complex will be quieter than normal. It was also during international break that Schlupp and Damm arrived for their first trials and it could be something the club plan to give the youngsters a more calm environment away from the glare surrounding the biggest stars.
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