Who is Saidy Janko I hear you exclaim (not really, but you get me)?
Born in Zürich in 1995 to Gambian father and a Swiss/Italian mother, Janko began his career with FC Zürich before signing for United in 2013 following a successful trial. He was one of only two signings made by then-manager David Moyes during the Summer transfer window of 2013 alongside Marouane Fellaini from Everton.
Former Bolton man, and current United under 21 coach Warren Joyce said:
"We saw him a couple of times out there and he played right-back, right-wing and also in a right-sided midfield role,"
"He did well in all three positions.
"He came over on trial and made the most of his opportunity. He's certainly a powerful boy.
"There are a lot of things that he has got to improve on but he is strong, quick and can go past people. He's got some raw materials that we can work with."
During his first season at United, Janko was voted Reserves Player of the Year. He went on to make his first team debut for the club in an hilarious 0-4 away defeat to League One side. He managed 45 minutes before being substituted for Andreas Pereira.
His Wanderers debut has been delayed somewhat due to a paperwork issue, but is reportedly a quick midfielder who has been known to fill in at right-back (ahem, Josh Vela).