United already added the likes of Largie Ramazani and Aliou Badara Traore to the academy set-up in the summer.
Manchester United are on the verge of completing a deal for Oliveirense youngster Bruno Amorim, Lusa has reported.
The Red Devils scouts spotted the 19-year-old in action for the Portuguese second tier club last term, where he made seven appearances.
United have also made notable additions to their senior side, spending £145.7million, with nearly half of that going to Everton for the transfer of Romelu Lukaku.
He said: "He had been promoted to the main squad, but the scouting (Manchester United) was already aware and chose to take him there to experience".
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"The contract will shortly be announced, but it is a future bet on United".
"[Oliveirense] will receive training rights, because he has been developed here, although in monetary terms [the club] may not receive more than that, because there may be other stipulations", he said.
Although Manchester United are only expected to pay Oliveirense a fee for training rights, the deal is seen well in Portugal, especially because it's expected the partnership could provide a good interchange relation between the two clubs.
It should be seen whether Amorim will be included in the first squad or will be played for United's Under-23 side.
Lukaku could make his United debut, along with Nemanja Matic and Victor Lindelof, on Sunday when United begin their Premier League campaign at home to West Ham.
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