Alejandro Garnacho has signed a new contract with Manchester United that will keep him at the club until 2028. The 19-year-old has been a standout player this season, earning a regular spot in the starting 11. He has scored four goals and provided four assists across all competitions, including the game-winning goal against Fulham in November.
Although an ankle injury has slowed his progress, Garnacho recently returned to training and could feature against Aston Villa.
The club announced Garnacho’s new deal on their official website on Friday, but the exact amount of his new wage is yet to be confirmed. However, earlier this season, it was reported that he could earn up to £50,000 per week, an increase from his previous £5,000 per week.
In an interview, Garnacho expressed his gratitude to Ten Hag and the coaching staff for helping him develop. He also spoke of his pride in playing for the club and his determination to help the team.
Garnacho hopes to contribute to Manchester United’s success by securing Champions League football and winning the FA Cup. The young winger’s promising performances have made him a valuable asset to the team. United fans will undoubtedly be eager to see what he can achieve in the coming years.