Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Manchester United sign club legend Phil Neville’s son Harvey to new contract

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Manchester United sign club legend Phil Neville’s son Harvey to new contract

PHIL NEVILLE’S son Harvey has signed for Manchester United.

Following in the footsteps of his Class of 92 father, Harvey took to his Instagram page to announce the news.

The youngster shared an image of him signing his Manchester United contract this morning.

Not only did Harvey sign his contract this morning but it is also his 16th birthday today and a contract at your favourite club isn’t a bad present.

Phil also used social media to share his delight as he hopes his son can emulate what he achieved by graduating from United’s academy.

He said: “Proud of you Harvey, go follow yours dreams!” as his son posed with a personalised United shirt.

Proud of you @harvey.neville 🔴⚪⚫ go follow your dreams!!!

A post shared by Philip Neville (@philipneville18) on Jun 26, 2018 at 12:44am PDT

Neville Snr is currently in Russia with the BBC covering the World Cup but his wife, Julie, was on hand to get the snaps of her son.

Fellow Red Devils legend and Phil’s brother Gary also passed on his congratulations to his nephew.

The brothers made a combined 988 appearances for the Old Trafford club, with Phil playing a further 303 times for Everton.

Harvey was on the United books as a youngster before joining city rivals Manchester City.

WE’RE RON THE BALL All the latest action, news, goals and gossip from the World Cup Phil and Gary Neville played a combined 988 times for Manchester UnitedEPA Before Phil joined Everton and they faced each otherPA:Press Association The brothers worked together at Valencia, where Phil was already a coach when Gary took the manager’s postReuters

He then made the switch to Valencia when his dad became a coach there in the summer of 2015 before Gary took the manager’s post in December that year.

During his time in Spain, Harvey earned himself a reputation as the ‘next David Beckham’ thanks to his ability from set pieces and crossing.


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