Rhain Davis (born 15 October 1997) is an Australian footballer who plays as a right winger for Altrincham.
Left Brisbane, Australia to join Manchester United in 2008 after United scouts saw a DVD of the then nine-year-old in action.
Hailed by the British press as the next Wayne Rooney. United confirmed the signing but played down the hype around Davis, who has moved back to Cheshire in northern England with his father, near the club’s training ground.
Davis progressed through the United youth teams for the next 6 years but was released by Manchester United in 2013 after suffering a broken leg and was without a club for almost 2 years.
Davis is currently trying to rebuild his career at Altrincham in the Conference. He signed first team forms with the club in September 2015.
Named on the bench a number of times without making an appearance while being captain of Altrincham youth team.
Made his debut to score the winning penalty in the Integro Cup shoot-out against Ashton United in October 2017.
Eligible to play for Australia or England at international level.
Born in England but has lived in Australia since the age of four.