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Man Utd have 88 former academy stars still playing, how many can you name?

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MANCHESTER United has historically possessed the greatest academy in English football. Sir Bobby Charlton, George Best, David Beckham and Ryan Giggs are just some of the world-famous superstars who have emerged from the club’s legendary youth system. 8The Class of 92 all went on to have extraordinary careers at Man UtdCredit: Getty Images – Getty Incredibly, Man United featured a homegrown player in every single matchday squad for 85 years, a run which started on Saturday 30 October 1937. And amazingly, there are 88 players currently playing around the world who are graduates of the Old Trafford academy. The CIES Football Observatory research team have tracked their progress in more than 50 leagues around the world. And they have worked out there are 88 former players in the world still playing. They have also worked out that these players are worth a conservative total of £115m. Here’s the list in full, with the player’s current club and the CIES’ estimated transfer value in euros. Marcus Rashford, Man Utd, €47.1m Scott McTominay, Man Utd, €35.6m Most read in Football Anthony Elanga, Man Utd, €30.8m Andreas Pereira, Fulham, €14.2m Angel Gomes, Lille, €13m 8Rashford scored on his 2016 debut against Midtjylland and has never looked backCredit: AFP or licensors 8Pogba worked through the youth ranks, then shone at JuventusCredit: Getty – Contributor Paul Pogba, Juventus, €11.8m James Garner, Everton, €8.5m Adnan Januzaj, Basaksehir, €8.3m Largie Ramazani, Almeria, €7.3m Michael Kean, Everton, €5m Patrick McNair, Middlesbrough, €4.9m Jimmy Dunne, QPR, €4.8m Dean Henderson, Nottm Forest, €4.6m Danny Welbeck, Brighton, €3.9m Hannibal Mejbri, Birmingham, €3.9m Tahith Chong, Birmingham, €3m 8Danny Welbeck is still performing for Brighton and Hove AlbionCredit: Alamy Ethan Laird, QPR, €2.9m Dylan Levitt, Dundee Utd, €2.7m Sam Johnstone, Crystal Palace, €2.7m Brandon Williams, Man Utd, €2.5m Joshua King, Fenerbahce, €2.3m Amau Puigman, Almeria, €2m Tom Lawrence, Rangers, €1.9m Joe Rothwell, Bournemouth, €1.7m Jonny Evans, Leicester, €1.5m Jesse Lingard, Nottm Forest, €1.5m Jordan Thompson, Stoke, €1.4m Oliver Rathbone, Rotherham, €1.3m Oliver Norwood, Sheff Utd, €1.3m George Tanner, Bristol City, €1.2m Ravel Morrison, DC United, €1.2m Nicolas Ioannou, Como, €1.1m Tosin Kehinde, Randers, €900,000 William Fish, Hibernian, €900,000 William Keane, Wigan, €900,000 Kenji Gorre, Boavista, €800,000 Matty James, Bristol City, €800,000 Charlie McCann, Forest Green Rovers, €800,000 Oliver Denham, Cardiff, €700,000 Ben Pearson, Stoke, €700,000 8Ravel Morrison and Jesse Lingard are both former United graduatesCredit: Action Images – Reuters 8Tom Cleverley never lived up to Fergie’s hopes of replacing ScholesCredit: AP:Associated Press Magnus Eikrem, Molde, €700,000 Di’Shon Bernard, Portsmouth, €600,000 Teden Mengi, Man Utd, €600,000 Craig Cathcart, Watford, €600,000 Ethan Hamilton, Accrington Stanley, €600,000 Timothy Fosu-Mensah, Bayer Leverkusen, €500,000 Martin Šviderský, Almeria, €500,000 Ashley Fletcher, Wigan, €500,000 Lee O’Connor, Tranmere, €500,000 Ethan Galbraith, Salford, €500,000 Shola Shoretire, Bolton, €400,000 Nishan Burkart, FC Winterthur, €400,000 Scott Wootton, Wellington Phoenix, €400,000 Sean Goss, Motherwell, €400,000 D’Mani Bughail-Mellor, Rochdale, €300,000 Robert Brady, Preston, €300,000 Thomas Sang, Cardiff, €300,000 Harvey Neville, Inter Miami, €300,000 Ron-Robert Zieler, Hannover 96, €300,000 Ryan Tunnicliffe, Portsmouth, €300,000 Ro-Shaun Williams, Doncaster, €300,000 Tyler Reid, VPS Vaasa, €300,000 Corry Evans, Sunderland, €300,000 Ben Amos, Wigan, €300,000 Cameron Borthwick-Jackson, Burton, €200,000 Tyler Blackett, FC Cincinnati, €200,000 Tom Cleverley, Watford, €200,000 Max Taylor, Rochdale, €200,000 Indy Boonen, KV Oostende, €200,000 Reece Devine, Swindon, £€200,000 Donald Love, Morecambe, €200,000 Demetri Mitchell, Exeter, €200,000 8Former Man Utd starlet Tahith Chong is now playing for Birmingham 8Borthwick-Jackson showed so much promise in 2015-16 but is now at BurtonCredit: Reuters James Wilson, Port Vale, €200,000 Federico Macheda, APOEL, €200,000 Aidan Barlow, Doncaster, €200,000 Tyrell Warren, Barrow, €200,000 James Chester, Derby, €100,000 Kieran O’Hara, Colchester, €100,000 Aliou Traoré, Goztepe SK, €100,000 Tom Heaton, Man Utd, €100,000 Matthew Olosunde, Preston, €100,000 Joël Pereira, RAC Waalwijk, €100,000 Josh Harrop, Northampton, €100,000 Luke Hendrie, Bradford, €100,000 Liam Grimshaw, Greenock Morton, €100,000 Kieran Lee, Bolton, €100,000 Phillip Bardsley, Stockport, €100,000

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