Garnacho has made a significant contribution since getting into the first team this season. The 18-year-old has two goals and has piqued the interest of numerous European clubs.
His last-gasp winner against Fulham demonstrated his abilities. The winger’s current contract at Old Trafford runs until the summer of 2024, with the club having the option of extending it for another year.
He is now earning £7,000 per week, according to reports, and Man United turned down a new offer for £20,000 per week.
Man United’s current offer is thought to be much below his hopes for a new contract, but Romano remains convinced that the club would sign him to a new contract.
“I’m informed Manchester United are highly confident on a new agreement for Alejandro Garnacho to be agreed in the coming weeks or months,” the journalist stated to CaughtOffside.
“Talks are ongoing and Man Utd feel it’s near. As of now, Real Madrid and Juventus have not initiated communication with the Argentine prospect.”
The 18-year-old came up through the Atletico Madrid youth system and was signed by Manchester United in 2020. Because of his quick climb through the ranks, he is now worth more than the contract he is currently on.
Manchester United must maintain their position. Garnacho, Alejandro
Erik ten Hag has done an excellent job of rebuilding Manchester United thus far, but losing Garnacho now would undoubtedly be a big blow. The Dutch manager is eager to invest in the future, and Garnacho has enormous potential.
When asked about Garnacho lately, Ten Hag told the club website, “Yeah, he’s [developing] a lot. He has skill, and I don’t see many players with his skill, even in the Premier League, like he beats guys one-on-one.
“But he learnt in the past months how to play in the team and how to live and do the proper things in the week, and how to have the correct mentality on the training field.
“You can see him behaving like a team member. However, his unique abilities can make the difference. Also, for him, it’s to keep moving in the process; it’s not finished because there’s a lot more to come and a lot more opportunity for progress for him, but he can contribute at the top level.
“I’m overjoyed. It is advantageous for us as a club that you bring in young players who enter the squad and even the team. I believe it is also a component of our initiative that must help to our success.”
Garnacho has averaged 2.3 dribbles per game in the League Cup this season, more than any other Manchester United player. The Red Devils have a real livewire on their hands and will fight tooth and nail to keep him.