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Monday, 10 February, 2003, 17:44 GMT
Saddlers sign Taylor
Kris Taylor
Taylor has made the move to Walsall
Walsall boss Colin Lee has snapped up former Manchester United youngster Kris Taylor.

Lee has signed the 19-year-old midfielder on a contract until the end of next season following his release from Old Trafford.

Taylor impressed during a recent trial spell at the Bescot Stadium.

"Kris is very much one for the future, but the reason I have brought him in is because in the position he plays he is better than any of our under-19s.

"If you see something in someone and it doesn't cost you anything, you might as well take a chance," Lee told the Wolverhampton Express and Star.

Meanwhile, the Saddlers boss is hoping to bolster his senior squad with a new signing later this week.

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