Sources: Man Utd close to long-term Garnacho deal

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Manchester United are assured of agreeing a brand new long-term contract with Alejandro Garnacho, sources have instructed ESPN.

Garnacho has a deal till 2024 with the choice of one other 12 months however a brand new settlement is being negotiated to replicate the 18-year-old’s fast improvement since making his first staff debut in April.

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His wage has elevated incrementally since his arrival from Atletico Madrid in 2020 however United imagine his standing as a daily inside Erik ten Hag’s senior squad warrants contemporary phrases.

Negotiations have been ongoing for the reason that summer season however sources have instructed ESPN {that a} new spherical of talks are scheduled. There may be curiosity in Garnacho from Actual Madrid however United are satisfied the ahead is eager to remain at Outdated Trafford after breaking into Ten Hag’s staff.

He has made 15 appearances this season, scoring two objectives, and was named in Argentina‘s provisional squad forward of the World Cup.

After coming off the bench to arrange Marcus Rashford‘s winner towards Manchester Metropolis on Saturday, Ten Hag mentioned the teenager was virtually distinctive within the Premier League.

“He has a skill that I don’t see many players in the Premier League having, he beats players one on one,” the United supervisor mentioned.

“But he’s learnt in the last months about how to play in a team, how to live, how to do the right things in the week, how to have the right attitude on the training ground and you see how he’s acting as a team player and with his individual skills that can make the difference.

“Additionally for him it is to maintain going within the course of. It isn’t accomplished. There’s a lot to come back. There may be a whole lot of room for enchancment with him however he can assist, he can contribute on the very best stage already and I am actually comfortable.

“It’s a bonus for us as a club that you bring in young players and they can come not only into the squad but the team and I think that is a part of our project that has to contribute to our success.”

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