Introducing Charlie McNeill, the 19-year-old Manchester United youngster who is reportedly a target for Preston North End. McNeill is a highly-talented striker who has the potential to become an important part of United’s attacking team. Preston North End are interested in taking McNeill on loan, and if the deal goes through, it will be a great opportunity for the young player to gain valuable experience in the Championship, one of the toughest leagues in the world. McNeill will be tested both physically and mentally, and will have the chance to follow in the footsteps of Amad Diallo, who is currently doing well on loan at Sunderland. With Preston North End already having signed Alvaro Fernandez from United and Troy Parrott from Tottenham, the addition of McNeill would be a great boost to their squad.
It is reported that Preston North End is interested in Manchester United youngster Charlie McNeill.
The EFL champions are rumored to want a new striker and McNeill is one of the names mentioned.
The 19-year-old is an outstanding talent who excites all United fans.
Preston North End have been linked with two young Premier League strikers after missing out on Cameron Archer to Middlesbrough.
“A more recent link was with Manchester United’s Charlie McNeill, who has been given the green light to go on loan, according to our sister publication, the Manchester Evening News.”
North End is now occupied Alvaro Fernandez from United along with Tottenham striker Troy Parrott.
“PNE have not ruled out signing two strikers this month due to an injury to Emil Riis, but McNeill is not on the North End’s January wish-list.
McNeill will gain valuable experience playing in the Championship.
It is said to be one of the toughest leagues in the world and an ideal place to test players’ physical and psychological strength.
The 19-year-old is expected to become an important part of United’s attacking team in the future. So I have to prepare well.
He could follow in the footsteps of Amad Diallo, who is gaining momentum at Sunderland.
McNeil move Preston’s loan would be great business for Manchester United.