Manchester United transfer news: Leicester City take Louis Rowley from United academy
Becomes second player to move from United to Leicester
Friday 18 July 2014
Leicester City have signed Manchester United youngster Louis Rowley on a one-year deal, making him the second player to make such a move in the last three months.
Jack Barmby, son of former England midfielder Nicky, arrived in Leicester from the 20-time English champions in May.
Rowley, 19, could make his debut for Leicester's development squad on Monday, when Steve Beaglehole's team face Loughborough Dynamo in a pre-season friendly.
Born in Nuneaton, Rowley was orginially at Walsall before moving to United as a 15-year-old.
He is described on the Leicester City website as a "strong, aggressive player, blessed with a great engine and appetite for a tackle".
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