Born in France, and spending time within Monaco’s youth set up, Manchester United completed the signing of the teenager in August 2019.
Making a handful of appearances for the Premier League giants, it is clear to see that the Red Devils rate the combative yet elegant midfielder highly.
Late on during the summer transfer window, it was confirmed that the 19-year-old would embark on his first loan spell away from Manchester United, with John Eustace’s Birmingham City being trusted with the next stage of his development.
How’s it gone so far?
Arriving ahead of matchday seven for the Blues, Mejbri has appeared four times from the bench, accumulating 71 minutes of action in the process.
Proving to be neat and tidy when in possession, and a relentless worker off it, he has made a strong enough start to life at St Andrew’s.
Beyond the international break, Majbri will be hoping to feature more regularly, with the 19-year-old heading in the right direction.
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What issues does he face?
Ultimately, there will be competition throughout the midfield as the season progresses, with Leandro Bacuna and Jordan James starting the campaign off well.
It is also wise to factor in that Krystian Bielik is returning to full fitness, with the former Derby County man having the potential to be a big hit at St Andrew’s.
However, he is likely to be presented with opportunities for more regular game time as the season progresses and it will be down to him to take any chance that is thrown his way.
Mejbri is showing the right signs that he could thrive in the Championship as the season moves on.
What is next?
The Blues have seven games to play in the month of October, and with the World Cup fast approaching, three-game weeks are likely to become the norm.
This will probably benefit Mejbri as it means that there will be a greater emphasis placed on Eustace rotating his squad.
As mentioned above, if the opportunity does arise over the next couple of weeks, it will be down to the 19-year-old to prove himself in and amongst a Championship starting XI.