Alejandro Garnacho has agreed a long-term deal with Manchester United, Breaking Sport News reports.
The Argentine youth team player, who has been making waves since making his senior debut for Manchester United, has committed his long-term future to the club.
There were speculations on Alejandro Garnacho’s Man United future after the youngster started contract extension talks last year.
Now, according to ESPN, Alejandro Garnacho has finally agree to a contract extension with Manchester United, settling all speculations on his Man United future.
The report confirms Alejandro Garnacho has signed a five-year contract with Manchester United to extend his stay at Old Trafford.
Meanwhile, some minor details regarding his image right is yet to be settled after he has penned down the long-term contract.
Garnacho’s Manchester United contract would have expired by next summer and the two parties had expressed interest in having the contract renewed since last year.
Now, there are plans that his current earnings at the club will now be increased following his transition from the youth team to Manchester United’s main team.
Alejandro Garnacho currently earns £7,000 weekly at Old Trafford, and the club have reportedly planned to follow up the contract extension with an increase to match his current status at the club.
Since making his debut for Manchester United in April last year, Alejandro Garnacho has been prolific for the Red Devils.
So far, he has made 27 appearances, scoring 3 goals and delivering 5 assists.