Harvey Neville has penned his first professional contract at Manchester United. He will be at Old Trafford for at least another year.
Neville, the son of former United defender Phil wrote on his Instagram page after putting pen to paper on the deal. He wrote, “Proud to have signed my first professional contract with@manchesterunited. Thank you to all my family and coaches for their support.”
His father was quick to congratulate him on his deal and he replied to the post with red, white and black emojis, and a love heart.
The 18-year-old also plays as a defender just like his father and uncle Gary Neville and had previously been with the Manchester City and Valencia youth sides.
He joined the Red Devils in 2018 and has now signed a deal for the next year which will see him try to force a breakthrough into the Under-23 side after establishing himself as a regular for the Premier League club at U18 level.
His father Phil Neville, a Premier League champion on six occasions, winning three FA Cups and the 1999 Champions League during his 386 games he played for the club. And Gary on the other hand won eight league titles, three FA Cups, two League Cups and two Champions League titles in his 602 appearances for United.