Warren Joyce tips rising star to be Manchester United captain one day
The 18-year-old is billed as one of the most promising players in the United academy.
So fast has his development been that Tuanzebe and fellow youngster RoShaun Williams were invited to train with the first team by manager Jose Mourinho at the end of last month.
And Joyce believes that the defender, who succeeded James Weir as captain of the Under-23s side in the summer, can one day wear the armband for the senior team.
“I think Axel really epitomises the traits we've had from all our captains,” he told ManUtd.com.
“We could have had one of the older ones as captain who might then... read more
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