Not easy to judge pace from a Youtube clip, true, but I imagine City know his times for sprints of various types. More importantly, although he's clearly right-footed, he was completely natural receiving the ball on his left. He also passed well with his left and didn't try to work the ball back to his right if the pass or the run was to his left. Could make a very well balanced, versatile footballer. Assuming he's got no major weaknesses that weren't shown, I'd say he could play anywhere across a back 3 or 4 and maybe higher up. Looks like a steal to me, recovery from injury permitting.