Sheffield United have been adding to their development squad.
Sheffield United are looking for first-team additions this summer, especially after selling David Brooks to Bournemouth, but the Blades are also looking to the future.
The windfall from Brooks' move is expected to go into first-team reinforcements, with Chris Wilder's only summer signing so far coming in the form of Manchester United loanee Dean Henderson.
Henderson isn't the only goalkeeper arriving at Bramall Lane this summer though, as the Blades have today announced five players have joined their developmental ranks.
Sheffield United have today confirmed on their official website that a host of young talents have joined the club, with the most interesting of them goalkeeper Jordan Amissah.
Amissah, 16, has been on the books of Schalke and most recently Borussia Dortmund, where has featuring in the Under-17's before being allowed to leave this summer.
Standing at a huge 6ft 5in tall, Amissah – who can represent Germany or Ghana – now heads to South Yorkshire in the hope of becoming a first-team star for the Blades.
Amissah isn't the only arrival from Europe as French defender Nicksoen Gomis has also arrived, whilst Zak Brunt, Harry Sheppeard and Reece York have also arrived on a busy day for Wilder's men.