Alejandro Garnacho is the most exciting prospect coming out of Manchester United right now. When Ten Hag has given him the opportunity to play, the Academy graduate has been a livewire. Ten Hag does not readily trust young people, as evidenced by his constant dismissal of Facundo Pellistri, but Garnacho appears to have won him over. The 18-year-old starting against Real Sociedad and Aston Villa in key United matches isn't a poor fit.
Notably, he was named Manchester United's player of the month in November. Of course, Garnacho's resurgence has attracted a slew of suitors, including Real Madrid. The Champions League champions are interested in United's youngster.
Football 365 claims Ten Hag is aware that he may lose his first Manchester United breakout star, and as a message to all other suitors, including Real Madrid, he is pushing for Garnacho to be given a new contract. The teenager's new contract will pay him at least £50,000 per week, which is ten times more than his current salary.
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