Alejandro Garnacho could soon sign a new contract with Manchester United as the club is currently in advanced talks with the Argentine player.
Reliable sources, including Fabrizio Romano, suggest that negotiations are nearly complete, with only a few minor details left to be worked out before an agreement is reached.
Although Alejandro Garnacho’s current contract with Manchester United is set to expire in 2024, both the club and the player have expressed a desire to extend his stay at Old Trafford.
A report from February, which was covered by The kooxdena, stated that the only issue preventing the completion and announcement of a new contract was related to the player’s image rights.
Alejandro Garnacho is anticipated to sign a new contract that will run until 2028.
This new deal is likely to reflect the 18-year-old’s increasing importance to the team and his role in Erik ten Hag’s plans, with a pay package that reflects his growing status.
Fabrizio Romano has offered an update on the current state of negotiations between Manchester United and Alejandro Garnacho’s representatives.
According to Romano, while United are focusing on securing the contracts of key players like David de Gea and Marcus Rashford, they are also actively working to finalize Garnacho’s new deal.
The option to extend Garnacho’s contract by an additional year, until 2025, has been confirmed by Romano himself.
Manchester United is currently engaged in advanced negotiations to extend Garnacho’s contract even further.
While there are still a few details to be ironed out, both the club and the player are reportedly very pleased with their working relationship.
Therefore, United is eager to finalize the deal, which is undoubtedly good news for the club’s fans. In addition, fans learned yesterday that Garnacho is getting closer to returning to the pitch after a six-week injury layoff.