- Radek Vitek has completed a move to Manchester United
- The 16-year-old goalkeeper will start his career at the academy
- David De Gea remains Manchester United number 1 goalie
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Despite the crisis of coronavirus every where in the world, Manchester United has completed the signing of 16-year-old goalkeeper Radek Vitek who joined from Czech giants Sigma Olomouc.
For the Red Devils to have sealed his deal during the COVID-19 bug which has found its way into arguably every part of the world, then the goalkeeper must have good potentials.
According to the report on Daily Star UK, Manchester United actually agreed on a deal to sign Radek Vitek during the January 2020 transfer window.
The player was said to have been represented by Sport Invest who flew to England to finalize the deal before making an official announcement on Tuesday, April 8.
Radek Vitek has also made it clear that the move to Manchester United is a dream move for his career and hopes to succeed at the Premier League side.
“I am looking forward to it so much. I admit that I didn’t believe it when I learned about the club’s interest, but now it’s definitely a reality,''. Vitek explained.
Before making the move to Manchester United, Vitek had a trial at Southampton, but the club's chiefs were not satisfied with his performances.
However, Vitek will have to start his career at Manchester United academy and his performances will determine if he would get the chance to the first team or not.
Solskjaer currently has De Gea as his first choice to Old Trafford with Sergio Romero covering up for the Spaniard.
Manchester United are currently occupying the fifth position on the Premier League standings with the hope of making the top four when the season resumes.
Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford earlier won the heart of all football fans in the world by helping to raise £20m to provide food for schoolkids affected by coronavirus.
The England international announced earlier in the week that he was working with some charity organisations so as to help the children who have been missing foods and other things.
Schools in England have been closed down because of coronavirus which has been a threat to all humans in the world since its outbreak in December 2019.
And this has affected some school kids who have been missing their meals at school because of the closedown.
This forced Marcus Rashford to raise an appeal in which he got responses from some charity who were happy with his plans.
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