Manchester City announces the death of a former youth academy player...

Mourned a club Manchester City Former English player Jeremy Weston, who passed away at the age of 17, and a number of Premier League players posted tweets on the social networking site “Twitter” to mourn the tragic death of the young player, and Manchester City posted a tweet through his official account on the “Twitter” site mourning the player. The young man said, “The Manchester City family is sad to know the death of former academy player Jeremy Weston. We send our deepest condolences to his friends and family. Our thoughts are with you at this difficult time.”

Manchester City paid tribute to former youth team player Jeremy Weston after his tragic death at the age of 17.

The young defender was born in Malawi and moved to England with his family as a child. He joined City in 2016 and played with their youth teams before leaving the club.

City players Raheem Sterling and Emeric Laporte were among those who responded to the club’s tweet. French defender Laporte wrote: “Terrible news … Rest in peace for our young player.”

Two of his former Westin teammates, Cole Palmer and Tommy Doyle – who recently made his team debut with both teams, also honored the late center back.

“I will miss you forever,” Palmer wrote on his Instagram account alongside a series of photos and videos of himself and Westin. “Fly high, my brother, rest in Heaven!”

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