Marcus Rashford was one of 41 academy stars Man Utd gave debuts to in 2010s

Although their success on the pitch has become more scarce since the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson in 2013, youth continues to get a chance at Old Trafford.

In fact, an academy graduate has been included in every Manchester United line-up since 1937, a run stretching back 84 years and over 4,000 matches.

The 41 youngsters given their debuts during the 2010s have gone on to embark on careers with varying levels of success, with the group of players including a World Cup winner and players now plying their trade in League Two.

Daily Star Sport has a breakdown of where all 41 players are now.

Ravel Morrison

A member of United's 2011 FA Youth Cup winning side, Morrison was highly rated as a teenager as he came through the ranks at Old Trafford.

Having made his senior debut in League Cup win over Wolves in October 2010, Morrison made just two more appearances for the club before being sold to West Ham United in January 2012.

Hampered by off-field and attitude problems, Morrison has since gone on to play in Italy, Mexico, Sweden and the Netherlands.

Now 28, the Jamaica international joined Derby County in the summer and has one goal and one assist in eight appearances this season.

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Zeki Fryers

Left-back Fryers also made his United debut in the League Cup as he appeared in a win over Leeds United in September 2011.

A serious knee injury stunted his development and he left United for Standard Liege in the summer of 2012 before going on to play for Tottenham Hotspur, Crystal Palace, Barnsley and Swindon Town.

Despite being 29, Fryers has made just 127 senior career appearances with injury issues continuing to trouble him.

He recently joined National League side Stockport County on a free transfer after two years at Swindon.

Larnell Cole

Cole also made his United debut in that cup tie against Leeds, having been a prolific scorer for the club at every youth age group.

This would be his only United appearance, however, and he left Old Trafford for Fulham in 2014 but only ever played once for the Cottagers.

Since leaving Fulham in 2017, he has played for Tranmere Rovers, FC United of Manchester and Radcliffe while enduring long periods without a club.

At present, he is a free agent having left Radcliffe in October 2020.

Paul Pogba

Arguably the most successful player on this list, Pogba initially made his debut as a substitute in that win over Leeds.

After seven appearances, Pogba joined Italian giants Juventus on a free transfer before returning to United for £89million in 2016 after winning four Serie A titles.

Pogba also won the World Cup with France in 2018 and remains a United player to this day, having now made over 200 appearances for the Red Devils across his two spells with the club.

Michael Keane

Central defender Keane made his debut in the League Cup against Aldershot in October 2011 before making a further four appearances for the club.

After a string of loan spells, he joined Burnley in 2015 before later moving to Everton for £25million.

He has gone on to make 192 Premier League appearances and has also won 12 caps for England, scoring one goal.

Will Keane

Michael's twin brother Will was loaned out four times after making his debut in a loss to Blackburn Rovers in December 2011.

Will was unstoppable in front of goal for United at under-23 level as he scored 35 times in 58 matches, but made just three first team appearances for the club.

He left United permanently in 2016 as he joined Hull City for £1million and has since played for Ipswich Town and Wigan Athletic.

Striker Keane is now in his second season with Wigan and has scored 15 goals in 47 appearances for the Latics.

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Marnick Vermijl

Vermijl's debut came against Newcastle United in another League Cup tie in September 2012 before making his second and final appearance in the infamous 4-0 loss to MK Dons in 2014.

The Belgian right-back left for Sheffield Wednesday in 2015 before joining Dutch side MVV Maastricht in 2019 following a successful loan spell.

The former Belgian under-21 international has been playing in the third tier in his homeland since July 2020 after signing for Thes Sport.

Scott Wootton

Defender Wootton made his debut alongside Vermijl against Newcastle having previously played in Gary Neville's testimonial in 2011.

Following five loan spells, he joined Leeds in 2013 and made 73 appearance in three years at Elland Road.

He left Leeds in 2016 and has since played for MK Dons, Plymouth Argyle and Wigan.

Wootton joined newly promoted League One side Morecambe in August this year.

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Robbie Brady

Irish midfielder Robbie Brady made his sole United appearance in that League Cup tie against Newcastle before moving to Hull City in 2013 after two loan spells with the Tigers.

He has since played for Norwich City and Burnley after leaving Hull in July 2015.

However, Brady is currently without a club having left Burnley after the expiry of his contract this summer.

Adnan Januzaj

Winger Januzaj showed flashes of brilliance during David Moyes' tenure at Old Trafford after making his debut in the Community Shield against Wigan in 2013.

He then scored a brace on his first Premier League start to secure a win over Sunderland, who he later joined on loan in 2016.

He also spent time on loan at Borussia Dortmund but left Old Trafford in 2017 when he was sold to Real Sociedad, for whom he still plays for.

Saidy Janko

Swiss full back Janko made his one and only United appearance in the humbling defeat to MK Dons before being sold to Celtic in 2015.

After two years in Scotland, Janko moved to Saint Etienne and then Porto, who sent him out on loan to both Nottingham Forest and Young Boys.

He has been playing in Spain with Real Valladolid since October 2020.

Reece James

Not to be confused with the Chelsea and England defender, James also made his only United appearance against MK Dons and completed the full 90 minutes.

After a string of loan moves, James was sold to Wigan in 2015, where he spent three years before going on to play for Sunderland and Doncaster Rovers.

James now plays in the Championship after joining Blackpool this summer on a free transfer.

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Tom Lawrence

Welsh international Lawrence made his only appearance for United at the end of the 2013/14 season.

He was sold to Leicester City in 2014 and after four loan spells away from the King Power Stadium he joined Derby County for £5million in 2017.

He remains at Derby and is now the club's captain as they languish at the bottom of the Championship.

James Wilson

Also handed his debut at the end of that campaign, Wilson looked set to fulfil his potential when he scored twice against Hull on his senior bow.

Injuries hampered the remainder of his United career and he left for Aberdeen in 2019 after a loan spell with the club.

He has since played for Salford City before joining League Two side Port Vale this summer, where he has so far scored once in 10 appearances.

Jesse Lingard

One of few players on this list still at Manchester United, Lingard made his debut in Louis Van Gaal's first match in charge against Swansea City in 2014.

The England international has since gone on to make 215 appearances for the club and after a stunning loan spell at West Ham United last season has kickstarted his career.

Tyler Blackett

Blackett was also handed his debut by Van Gaal and made 12 appearance during the Dutchman's first season in charge at Old Trafford.

He was loaned to Celtic in 2015/16 before being sold to Reading in 2016, where he made over 100 appearances.

After joining Nottingham Forest in 2020, Blackett now plays in the MLS after signing for Cincinatti this summer.

Paddy McNair

Northern Irish international McNair made 28 appearances under Van Gaal after making his debut against West Ham in 2014.

He was sold to Moyes' Sunderland in 2016, where he suffered back to back relegations with the Black Cats.

Following relegation to League One in 2018, he moved to Middlesbrough where he still plays today.

Tom Thorpe

Having made his only United appearance as an injury time substitute against West Ham in 2014, Thorpe was released in 2015.

He joined Rotherham United before later playing in India for ATK between 2017 and 2018.

Since leaving the Indian side he has been without a club and has not played professionally in three years.

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Cameron Borthwick-Jackson

Another player that featured fairly regularly under Van Gaal, left-back Borthwick-Jackson made 14 appearance after making his debut in November 2014.

After a series of loan moves he joined Oldham Athletic on a free transfer in August 2020 and then signed for Burton Albion this summer.

Andreas Pereira

Brazilian midfielder Pereira joined United from PSV in 2012 and has since made 75 first-team appearances after being his debut in a win over Spurs by Van Gaal.

Loan spells have followed in Spain and Italy, with Pereira currently on loan in his native Brazil with Flamengo until the end of the season.

Joe Riley

Midfielder Riley made his debut in an FA Cup tie against Shrewsbury and also made one appearance for United in the Europa League.

He left the club for Bradford City in 2018 before later signing for Carlisle United in 2020 where he has made 57 appearances.

Donald Love

Handed a couple of appearances by Van Gaal during the 2015/16 season, Love was sold to Sunderland with McNair in 2016.

After three years on Wearside, Love joined Shrewsbury in 2019 before moving to Salford this summer.

Timothy Fosu-Mensah

Versatile Dutchman Timothy Fosu-Mensah played a considerable role as United won the FA Cup in Van Gaal's second and final season at Old Trafford.

Loan spells at Crystal Palace and Fulham followed before he was sold to Bayer Leverkusen in January.

He has made seven appearances so far in Germany but suffered the second serious knee injury of his career in March that has kept him out for over 200 days.

Marcus Rashford

With United enduring an injury crisis in 2016, unknown teenager Rashford was given his chance against Midtjylland in the Europa League.

A brace on debut, followed by two more goals against Arsenal three days later cemented his place in the first team as he also scored on his League Cup, Champions League and England debuts.

Still only 23, Rashford has scored 88 goals in 271 appearances for United and has also bagged 12 goals in 46 England caps.

James Weir

Midfielder Weir also made his debut in the match against Midtjylland but was sold to Hull in the summer of 2016.

Having spent the 2019/20 season with Bolton Wanderers, Weir has gone on to play in Europe after joining Slovakian side Pohronie in 2020.

He now plies his trade in Hungary with MTK Budapest having joined the club this summer.

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Axel Tuanzebe

Centre back Tuanzebe made his debut in the FA Cup against Wigan in January 2017 aged just 19.

He has since been loaned to Aston Villa three times and is currently at Villa Park until the end of this season having made 41 appearances for the Villans.

Scott McTominay

Having been handed his debut by Jose Mourinho, McTominay has gone on to become an established member of the first team squad at Old Trafford.

The Scottish international has made 137 appearances for United, scoring 14 goals and providing three assists from the base of midfield.

Demetri Mitchell

Mitchell made just one United appearance before two loan spells away from the club in Scotland with Hearts between 2018 and 2019.

He left United on a free transfer in September 2020, joining Blackpool where he still plays today.

Angel Gomes

Highly rated midfielder Gomes became United's youngest plater for 60 years when he came on as a substitute on the final day of the 2016/17 season.

The England youth international made a further nine senior appearances before leaving for French side Lille in 2020.

Having spent last season on loan in Portugal with Boavista, Gomes has so far made seven appearances for the French champions this season.

Joel Pereira

Portuguese goalkeeper Pereira also made his debut against Palace on the final day of the 2016/17 season after loan spells with Rochdale and Belenenses.

He was loaned out four more times to clubs in Portugal, Belgium, Scotland and England before leaving Old Trafford permanently this summer.

Pereira completed a move to Dutch club RKC Waalwijk in July after making just three United appearances.

Josh Harrop

Harrop scored on his only United appearance, that win against Palace, having left the club in the summer of 2017 after rejecting a new contract in favour of greater first team opportunities elsewhere.

He moved to Championship side Preston North End where, following a loan spell at Ipswich last season, he has scored 13 goals in 94 appearances.

Tahith Chong

Dutch winger Chong was handed his debut by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in January 2019 in an FA Cup tie with Reading.

Loan spells at Werder Bremen and Club Brugge followed last season and he is spending the current campaign on loan in the Championship with Birmingham City.

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James Garner

20-year-old midfielder Garner made his United debut in February 2019 before becoming a regular in the Europa League in 2019/20.

He is currently on a second loan spell at Nottingham Forest, having spent the second half of last season at the City Ground after an unsuccessful stint at Watford.

Mason Greenwood

The most promising player produced by the United academy since Rashford, Greenwood is a first-team regular already at just 19.

Having made his debut as a late substitute in the Champions League against Paris Saint-Germain in 2019, Greenwood already has 32 United goals in 112 appearances.

He has also already been capped by England at senior level and only missed out on the Euros through injury.

Brandon Williams

Williams broke into the United side at left-back during the 2019-20 season before struggling for consistent minutes last season.

He has been a bright spark so far this season on loan at Premier League strugglers Norwich City.

Ethan Laird

One of six players to make their debut in a youthful side that faced Astana in the Europa League in November 2019, Laird spent last season on loan at MK Dons.

He is spending this season in the Championship with Swansea City and has already made eight appearances.

Di'Shon Bernard

Bernard will hope to put his debut behind him as he scored an own goal in the 2-1 loss in Kazakhstan.

He spent last season on loan at Salford and is now at Hull in the Championship.

Dylan Levitt

Welsh midfielder Levitt has been loaned to Charlton Athletic and Croatian side NK Istra since making his debut against Astana.

He is currently on loan in Scotland with Dundee United.

D'Mani Bughail-Mellor

Striker Bughail-Mellor is known for being prolific for United at youth level and will be hoping to rekindle that form in front of goal on loan at Salford this season.

Largie Ramazani

Belgian winger Ramazani joined United from Charlton in 2017 before making his debut against Astana two years later.

However, he is no longer at Old Trafford after joining Spanish side Almeria in August 2020.

Ethan Galbraith

The tenth academy graduate handed a debut by Solskjaer, Northern Ireland international Galbraith was a late substitute in Kazakhstan.

He is spending the current season on loan in League One with Doncaster Rovers.

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