- Manchester United signs Slovakian starlet Martin Svidersky
- The Red Devils are presently second in the Premier League
- Mourinho will be facing rival Wenger when United play Arsenal
Slovakian starlet Martin Svidersky has completed a dream move to Premier League club Manchester United.
According to Manchester Evening News the teenager has signed a deal with the Red Devils and confirmed the news on social media through his Instagram account.
He joins fellow countryman Alex Fojticek at Carrington following the goalkeeper's switch to United two years ago.
Svidersky wrote on his Instagram page: "A Dream Come True. A day i will never forget. Delighted to sign my first contract with Manchester United.
"I would like to thank my family, friends but especially GOD for a big support. Many more things to come in future."
A Slovak has never played for United since gaining independence from the former Czechoslovakia in 1993 but the club have extended their talent search in Eastern Europe in the last 18 months.
The Manchester media outlet also revealed last month that United have agreed a deal to sign Poland U-16 captain Lukasz Bejger.
And scout Budimir Vujacic contacted Partizan Belgrade on behalf of United to register their interest in 18-year-old Serbian Svetozar Markovic.
This by far is Manchester United's best season since the Alex Ferguson era as the Red Devils are on course for a second place finish behind champions Manchester City.
Mourinho will be facing his rival Arsene Wenger when United play Arsenal at Old Trafford this weekend.
The Old Trafford outfit were knocked out of the Champions League quarter finals by Sevilla but will play Chelsea in the FA Cup final in May.
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