Ollie Bray, a forward in his teenage years, recently underwent a trial with Manchester United, but the club has decided against offering him a contract following the trial.
The striker, who is only 19 years old and came to United for an initial trial of eight weeks last month, but it was ultimately decided that he should be allowed to look for other opportunities in the professional game elsewhere.
During his time at United, Bray participated in training and games with the Under 21 team, and he assisted on one of the team's goals when they played Fulham in the Premier League 2 earlier this month.
The teenage striker, who had previously lived in Rochdale before moving to Exeter, was granted permission by his local club, Willand Rovers, to head to United on loan. Willand Rovers competes in the Southern Football League.
After playing for another local team, Holsworthy, Bray decided to switch allegiances and join the Devonshire side this summer. Due to the fact that he began his playing career with the Devon U18s, he is considered to be one of the most promising young players in the region.
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The United U21 team is currently in 12th place in the Premier League 2 table. They have not yet won a match in the league this season; however, they did win their match against Carlisle in the EFL Trophy earlier this month.
The team managed by Mark Dempsey has played their last three league matches, all of which ended in a 2-2 draw. These draws came against Everton, Fulham, and Liverpool in quick succession.
On Friday evening, United's Under-21 team will be back in action when they take on West Ham United at Leigh Sports Village.