Forward Noam Emeran, a son to former Rwanda international Flitz Emeran Nkusi, has signed his first professional contract with Manchester United.
Emeran, who inked the long-term deal on Monday, joined the club from French side Amiens earlier in the year on scholarship terms.
According to Manchester Evening News, Emeran joined United back in February after holding talks with the club for weeks.
The youngster, who plays on the wing or through the middle, had plenty of suitors throughout Europe with Barcelona, PSG and Juventus all said to have been chasing his signature.
The 17-year-old is yet to feature for United U18s due to an injury he sustained prior to the start of the new season, but will now be looking to push on having signed his deal.
Emeran senior, played for Amavubi between 2005 and 2007 as right-back. He made six appearances with the national team.