Despite Real Madrid and other Spanish powerhouses showing interest in Alejandro Garnacho, Manchester United is confident in extending his contract.
The present contract for Garnacho expires in June 2025, and according to the Telegraph, United and the midfielder are already in advanced negotiations about an upgraded agreement.
With 15 matches under his belt now, the 18-year-old has had a breakout season in Manchester this season, and it’s believed that the club wants to sign him to a long-term deal.
Despite the fact that Real Madrid and Juventus of Italy have shown intense interest, there is optimism at United that this is a real possibility. Garnacho, who is regarded as one of the stars of the future, has already recorded two goals and four assists this season.
United wanted to avoid a replay of the circumstances surrounding Adnan Januzaj in the past, which is why the procedures have been delayed.
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Just two months after breaking into David Moyes’ first team, the Belgian starlet was given a five-year contract. However, the winger played fast and loose with his contract, spending the final two years on loan at Borussia Dortmund and Sunderland.
On Wednesday night, Erik ten Hag’s team plays Crystal Palace in the Premier League, and Garnacho and recent loan addition Wout Weghorst are anticipated to be part of the lineup.