Man City wonder-kid made to dance for new team

Manchester City striker Enes Ünal took part in an unusual initiation process for his new side Genk.

The Turkish international forward stands on a chair and awkwardly sings a song and dances to it while his new teammates clap.

Safe to say Ünal will not be joining any singing contests soon but his new friends loved the virtuoso performance.

The 18-year-old’s teammate Sandy Walsh uploaded the video onto Twitter and whipped up a social media storm in Turkey.

Ünal made his debut for Genk last Friday coming on as a substitute for Tornike Okriashvili in the 71st minute.

The game ended in a goalless draw. Genk take on Westerlo next weekend at the Cristal Arena.

The Turkish international striker joined City on a  £2 million move from Bursaspor last month but was unable to play in England due to not having the necessary work visa requirements.

Ünal holds the record of being the youngest player to ever score in top-tier football in 2013 when he scored against Galatasaray and made his international debut aged 17.

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