Manchester United wonderkid Alejandro Garnacho has signed a new five-year deal with the club, according to Manchester United’s official club website.
The deal will keep Garnacho at the club until June 30, 2028, when he will be a day shy of 23. Aged just 18, he has made remarkable progress with the Red Devils this season.
John Murtough, Manchester United’s Football Director, said: “Alejandro has really dedicated himself to achieving the objectives that the club set out for him since he arrived in Manchester.
“His talent, drive and determination to succeed saw him quickly progress from our Academy into the first team, and this new long-term contract reflects our confidence in him to continue his exciting development under the guidance of Erik and his staff.
“Alejandro has huge potential, and we are all looking forward to working with him to ensure he can fulfil his ambitions here at Manchester United in the coming years.”
Despite being a youngster, Garnacho has already made a significant impact during his time in Manchester. The Argentine has already made 31 appearances for the club – additionally, this season, he has scored five goals in all competitions and has racked up six assists.
The future is certainly bright for the 18-year-old – he is currently out with an injury, but should be fit to play again before the season’s conclusion.