Manchester United are said to have offered the longest contract in the club’s history to capture 19-year-old Alejandro Garnacho, who has been impressive this season.
The Daily Mail reported on the 22nd that ‘Manchester United are looking to tie exciting youngster Alejandro Garnacho to a club-record eight-year deal.’
This season, 스포츠토토 manager Eric ten Haag says he has been impressed with Garnacho. Reports suggest that Manchester United are seeking to sign Garnacho the longest contract in the club’s history.
The 19-year-old Garnacho has made a strong impression on fans as well as manager Ten Haag with his performances at Old Trafford.
The British media reported that the contract period Manchester United offered to catch Garnacho is eight years. Garnacho also wants to stay at United, but is said to be hesitant to sign a contract because his contract is too long.
Of course, the British press reports that the negotiations between the two sides have not completely broken down, but are progressing positively. In other words, no agreement has been reached, but the atmosphere seems good.
It is said that it was last May that the club offered him an eight-year long-term contract. He has been negotiating for about seven months, but has not reached an agreement.
Garnacho wants to sign for a shorter period, not eight years. According to Garnacho’s side stories, he doesn’t like contracts longer than four and a half years.
In other words, he intends to sign in less than four and a half years. United still say they aren’t worried about losing Garnacho.
Meanwhile, Garnacho made his Manchester United debut as a substitute in the second half of the match against Chelsea in April 2022. Since then, he has appeared in 18 matches for Manchester United’s first team. Earlier this season he scored his first Premier League goal against Fulham. He also scored against Real Sociedad in the Europa League.
[Manchester United’s Divine Garnacho. He is in the process of negotiating a long-term contract with the club, but has yet to reach an agreement.