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In any event two English Premier League clubs have been managed a blow in their quest for Nigerian wonderkid Carney Chukwuemeka, with the midfielder inking another arrangement with Aston Villa.

Manchester United and Liverpool were among the clubs checking the circumstance of Chukwuemeka in front of a potential move for his administrations in the late spring move window, before he submitted his future to Aston Villa.

Today, Monday, the 2004-conceived player, who has been named the best 16-year-old in the entire of England by Aston Villa CEO Christian Purslow, took to web based life to declare that he has marked another agreement.

“I am glad to have at last dedicated my future to @avfcofficial can hardly wait for the new season🙏🏾,” Chukwuemeka posted on Instagram.

In spite of the fact that the youngster has not revealed the length of agreement, a FIFA decide states that players younger than 18 may not sign an expert agreement for a term longer than three years and any condition alluding to a more drawn out period will not be perceived.

In the diminished Academy season, Chukwuemeka spoke to Aston Villa in the U18 Premier League, U18 Premier League Cup, FA Youth Cup and Premier League 2, scoring 3 objectives from 22 appearances while creating six helps.

He played for the Northampton Town Academy before his transition to Aston Villa.

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