Alejandro Garnacho Has Not Yet Signed an Offer From Manchester United, Despite a Significant Salary Increase


Alejandro Garnacho has not yet signed a new contract with Manchester United.

And this is despite the fact that there are only eighteen months left before the current contract with the Argentine, and the club is interested in re-signing the player.

According to The Mirror, a contract worth around £32,000 a week is on the table and United are keen to tie up the exciting winger.

And it seems that the robbery is coming from the Garnacho camp, who want to use the leverage provided by the impressive performances of the academy graduate to impose additional demands.

Garnacho has attracted interest from all over Europe with his wonderful performances since he was quickly promoted to the first team.

It is reported that players such as Real Madrid and the former Atletico Madrid player’s team are showing interest, which has prompted a request that United fans will definitely not be happy with.

In addition to the potential demand of more than £40,000 a week for a teenager, Garnacho’s camp may try to force the Red Devils to break with an important club tradition.

Old Trafford executives are considering including a release clause in Garnacho’s contract that would allow the player to join a rival club if the ransom amount is paid.

Although there is no information yet about what the release clause will be, it is unlikely to be a modest figure.

United sees Garnacho as a potential personification of a new era under the leadership of Eric ten Haga because of the winger’s direct style and composure.

Nevertheless, the idea that a club like Real Madrid can appear at any time and activate a clause in the prodigy’s contract to take him away from Old Trafford will not appeal to fans.

It will also not suit the United hierarchy, which will also be very concerned about paying more for any teenager than before.


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