Manchester City defender Taylor Harwood-Bellis has joined Burnley on a season-long loan.
He joined City as an eight-year-old, coming through the same Stockport Metro Junior League that produced highly-rated team-mate Phil Foden and has made eight first-team appearances for Pep Guardiola’s side.
The Manchester City academy graduate is embarking on his fourth consecutive temporary move away from the Etihad Stadium in the last few seasons.
Harwood-Bellis played under Vincent Kompany at Anderlecht during the first half of previous season and also had a spell at Stoke. While at Anderletch, The former legendary captain for City Vincent Kompany so much admire him and has made plans of getting him to his new club Burnley where he got appointment recently as a head coach.
Vincent Kompany has proposals to enrich his squad by acquiring the youngster Taylor Harwood.
Vincent Kompany opens up “I am looking forward to working with Taylor once again, and I know first-hand the qualities he will bring to the group.
“Taylor is a fantastic player and leader with a tremendous mentality that fits within our culture, and he knows exactly what the Championship is all about.
“We would like to thank Manchester City for allowing Taylor to join us on loan for the upcoming season.”