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Manchester United are set to hand highly-rated MK Dons duo Luke Tingey and Kieran Wiltshire trials at the club Getty Images

Manchester United are reportedly set to hand trials to MK Dons duo Luke Tingey and Kieran Wiltshire.

According to the Daily Mail, the Red Devils are keen to boost numbers in their youth set up and add further quality to their U19 team as they gear up to face other European and domestic sides in the UEFA U19 Youth League.

Tingey, who is a central defender for the MK Dons youth team, became an internet sensation when he scored a 40-yard free kick against Swindon Town earlier in the season.

Wiltshire, on the other hand, is an all action midfielder, who has been impressive for the League One outfit's youth team and his performances have earned him a place on the bench during the first-team's pre-season tour last season.

The duo, who are 18 years old are part of the side that have been crowned the Youth Alliance South Cup champions this season, and are preparing to take on Oldham in the national final on 27 April.

The report claims that Tingey and Wiltshire are set to spend a few days at United's Carrington training base, with the coaches running the rule over the youngsters to assess if they will make suitable additions to the youth setup at the club.

Meanwhile, the Red Devils' U21 star James Wilson, who has struggled for game time with the first-team this campaign, has been assessing the skills of the senior strikers at Old Tafford.

The young English striker has revealed one quality each that he would take from Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie and Radamel Falcao.

"I would take Wayne's free-kicks because he practices them every day and more often than not they go on target at least, if not in the top corner," Wilson told United's official site.

"I would take Robin's movement because he has done it for many years now, using opposite movements to get on the ball."

"I would have to take Radamel's instincts because anything in the box drops to him – he is always in the right place!" the 19-year-old forward explained.