A Scottish-born youngster has just been signed by Manchester City – for £1m aged 14.
His name is Tyrese Noubissie – and he is the son of French midfielder Patrick Noubissie.
Noubissie Snr was brought to Hibs by John Collins and was also on loan to Livingston and Dundee.
And then young Tyrese was born – his birthplace was Livingston.
So he is eligible to play for Scotland as well as France, Cameroon and England.
He was previously at Leicester City Academy where Patrick works as a Physiotherapist.
But signing Noubissie is part of City’s focus on recruiting young players with high potential.
City are said to have been impressed with his pace of work in midfield, with Noubissie showing performances beyond his years.
He said on social media: “I am delighted to announce that I have signed for Man City.
“A proud moment for me and my family.
“It’s a privilege to be part of such an incredible club. I can’t wait to get started.”
Noubissie will initially play for City’s Under-16 side but will sign his first professional contract when he turns 17.
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