Harry Amass, Habeeb Ogunneye, Ethan Wheatley and Omari Forson sit on the bench ahead of the Premier League match between AFC Bournemouth and Manchester UnitedHarry Amass, Habeeb Ogunneye, Ethan Wheatley and Omari Forson sit on the bench ahead of the Premier League match between AFC Bournemouth and Manchester United
Harry Amass, Habeeb Ogunneye, Ethan Wheatley and Omari Forson sit on the bench ahead of the Premier League match between AFC Bournemouth and Manchester United | Manchester United via Getty Images

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The future is very bright at Man Utd and here are seven youngsters to look out for.

It's been another season of success for Manchester United at youth level and it could be about to get even better.

FA Youth Cup heroes Kobbie Mainoo and Alejandro Garnacho are both shining stars at senior level, Willy Kambwala and Omari Forson have made their senior debuts and a host of academy hopefuls have featured in matchday squads across recent weeks.

The next academy graduate to represent the first-team will make history as the 250th to do so, while the U18s are on the brink of a momentous Premier League title and could even wrap that up today.

Erik ten Hag will already be well aware of which youngsters could bolster his squad in the years to come and the one silver lining of a lacklustre end to the season at senior level is that those academy hopefuls could be given a chance to shine.

Shea Lacey became the latest young hopeful to sign a professional contract earlier this week and here are a look at the seven academy hopefuls who have signed professional terms this season...

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