Amir Ibragimov , a 15-year-old wonderkid, was recently promoted by Manchester United to first-team practise.
Ibragimov, who was born in 2008 in the Russian republic of Dagestan, relocated to England with his family when he was just 11 years old.
Before joining the Red Devils’ minor ranks, he began playing football in the Sheffield United youth academy.
Ibragimov hails from a family of athletes, with his elder brother Ibragim, 18,
being an undefeated MMA fighter, and his younger sibling Gazi, 12, also part of United’s youth set-up.
Amir Ibragimov , who is mostly a left winger, has shown his versatility by playing in central midfield and on the right flank while captaining Manchester United’s under-14 and under-15 teams.
For the club’s under-18 team this season, the talented youngster has already made five appearances and recorded one assist.
Amir Ibragimov , who was born in Dagestan, has decided to play for England
On the international stage and has received up to one cap at the under-15 level.
Numerous elite clubs have taken notice of him due to his young age and exceptional skills; according to The Sun (via Football Transfers), “interest is circling in the teenager.”
For now, Ibragimov will undergo a scholarship at Manchester United
And will be eligible to sign his first professional contract at 17.
His current youth deal at Old Trafford is set to expire on June 30, 2025.
With Ibragimov’s recent 15th birthday on April 2, his promotion to first-team training has been nothing short of extraordinary,
and United fans will be looking towards his next chapter.