Nigerian football conmen exposed
For young African footballers there are lot of problems to deal with, first family pressure and then pray that you don't fall in the hands of conmen because you will never forget that encounter, they don't con small they con really really big.
In e-mails and secretly recorded phone conversations, Mr Jones claimed that Sir Alex was so impressed by the BBC's fictional player that he wanted to him to come for a two-year trial.
Mr Jones said that the club would coach the player to stardom once a "registration fee" of more than $7,000 (£3,500) was paid.
"As soon as your child comes over here in London, the club will sponsor their food, their accommodation, all the necessary things they need in the club. So after two years of the training, if the player performs well, he will join Manchester United," Mr Jones promised in one call.
In an effort to persuade the undercover reporter that his offer was genuine, Mr Jones e-mailed several fake player registration forms.
The documents were headed with the club's official logo. But one obvious error was that the instructions stated the form should be addressed to legendary United manager, Sir Matt Busby - who died in 1994.