Manchester United winger Alejandro Garnacho has signed a new contract keeping him with the Red Devils until 2028.
As announced on their official club website this afternoon, Manchester United have extended the Argentine’s current deal after an impressive personal campaign for the 18-year-old, scoring four goals in all competitions, which included a vital 94th-minute winner away to Fulham back in November in the Reds last match before the World Cup break.
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Garnacho’s direct and fearless running has helped him gain a reputation as being one of the most exciting young prospects in Europe. The midfielder is currently out of action with an ankle injury suffered against Southampton following a tackle from Kyle Walker-Peters but he could return before the end of the season in time for an all-Manchester FA Cup final against fierce rivals City on 3 June.
Garnacho joined the club’s youth academy back in 2020 from Atletico Madrid and has found himself to be a useful member of the first-team squad in Erik Ten Hag’s first year in charge.