Manchester United are looking to build upon the form of their young players with the signing of one nation's "brightest prospect".
This term, Manchester United's most promising players have arguably been Rasmus Hojlund, Alejandro Garnacho and Kobbie Mainoo, with all three stars under the age of 21.
Erik ten Hag certainly isn't afraid to give youth a chance, either, and the Dutchman could look to double down on the inconsistent form of his more experienced squad members by adding another talented youngster to the mix.
That's because, according to Spanish publication Revelo, Manchester United are wanting to sign Djurgardens midfielder Lucas Bergvall.
Highly-rated and described by the publication as "Sweden's brightest prospect", Bergvall has been impressing some of Europe's elite sides with his performances in the Allsvenskan.
Still only 17-years-old, Bergvall has made 23 appearances in the 2023 Swedish season, including the full 90 minutes in the last five matches. In total, he has two goals and an assist, but his technical ability is what has stood out.
Tall and rangy, Bergvall is an elegant dribbler, while his intelligence at such a young age has already been noted. Similar to Kai Havertz, Bergvall likes to pick up dangerous attacking positions, while his height provides an aerial presence, too.
The La Liga team are reportedly already in contact with Bergvall's representatives over a potential January move - which could be the perfect solution for Xavi as young midfielder Gavi is set to miss the rest of the 2023/24 season through injury.
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