Alejandro Garnacho is no doubt Manchester United's breakout star this campaign out of nowhere the 18yo has played himself into Ten Hag's first team. Garnacho has been so impressive that he was named Manchester United Player of the Month in November.
His exploits at Manchester United have not gone unnoticed, and a number of clubs are interested in bringing him on board. If you've been following Manchester United transfer news, you'll know that Real Madrid was likely the first to express interest in Garnacho, but that interest appears to have waned. As per Sport Bible, Chelsea is the latest to show their interest in Garnacho. The good news is that the Red Devils quickly rejected Chelsea's offer. Additionally, as per People Person, Garnacho told the blues his sole focus is to commit his future to Manchester United. “Chelsea were informed that Garnacho’s intention is, as of now, is to re-sign with Manchester United," writes PP.
Although Garnacho's contract expires in 2023, Manchester United believes the winger prodigy will stay. A few weeks ago, speculation suggested that the Red Devils were keen to pay him ten times more than they had previously. United probably doesn't want to lose Garnacho on a free transfer as they did Pogba in 2012.
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