The player says ‘the ultimate goal’ is to make it and become a Manchester City star

Manchester City young Taylor Harwood Bellis has admitted his ‘ultimate goal’ should be a star for the club in the future.

Harwood Bellis is one of several young stars currently seeking to join the first team at the Etihad and follow in the footsteps of people like Phil Foden.

The 19-year-old is currently on loan at Anderlecht in Belgium and has been a regular for them this season under Vincent Kompany.

However, his ultimate goal is to reach Manchester City, as he has already been in the first team squad and made his debut in the FA Cup, EFL Cup and Champions League only 17 years old.

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It shows he is a player that Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is more than aware of, even though he has sent him out on loan this season.

That deal is probably to get the young man much-needed minutes and experience before bringing him back to Manchester, and Harwood Bellis clearly has plans to make his mark.

“For me, my ultimate goal is to have a breakthrough in the City, but there are different paths leading to the top,” he told The Latest News.

“I see Anderlecht as an important step in my development. See, I quickly knew myself that a new loan would be necessary.

“It’s hard to get minutes when the best players in the world are in front of you.

“Hopefully one day I will be one of the players that young guys look up to and think, ‘I have one of the best players in the world in front of me here.’ That is my goal. “

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