Jesse Lingard and Andreas Pereira ready for more responsibility

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Producing young and exciting players is in Manchester United’s DNA.

Time after time, United pop up with some fantastic talent that amazes the world. The academy is rightly regarded as one of the best factories for feeding the football world with stars of the future.

The recent young blood from the Manchester United backyard is the Englishman Jesse Lingard and the Brazilian Andreas Pereira.


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Their quality on the ball has already impressed the biggest fan base in the world. Although, the chances for the young guns are few and far between, but both did a decent job to impress the Dutch boss. With each passing day, the future stars of Manchester are getting better.

With pace to burn, Lingard is ready to tear defences apart. The ability to run down the flank is desperately required at Old Trafford.

United have always preferred the crossing game and Lingard is slowly mastering the art. The Champions League performances have caught the eye and he got the vital assist to end Man Utd’s over 400-minute goal drought this week. Lingard is key to United’s future success.

Pereira has played at multiple positions in the United midfield and looks a bright prospect. He is a player who can turn defence into attack and just makes things happen.

From dribbles to long balls, the Brazilian is a crafty player. His free kick in the league cup tie was jaw dropping and he is a future dead-ball specialist for certain.

Just 19-years-old, he still has a lot to learn but he is in the safe hands of Ryan Giggs and Louis van Gaal.

If Jesse Lingard and Andreas Pereira continue to train hard, keep football as their priority and remain loyal with the Red Devils, the two are set for a very bright future.

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