Manchester United have been in talks with Alejandro Garnacho over a new deal for some time and the latest reports are highly positive.
As per The Mirror, the Red Devils are set to agree a new deal with the Argentine youngster to ward off interest from Spanish and European champions, Real Madrid.
On the other hand, Football Transfers have exclusively revealed Manchester United have agreed a deal worth over £10million to tie the player down for the long term.
Journalist, Jacque Talbot, has reported Garnacho has agreed terms that will make him earn over £30,000 a week plus significant bonuses until 2029.
The 18-year-old playmaker has proved to be an instant hit under the management of Dutch boss, Erik ten Hag. He has only started 2 games in the Premier League thus far but has proved to be highly effective from the bench.
Back in November last year, Garnacho scored his first goal (winner) for the club in the Europa League against Real Sociedad.
Ten days later, the teenage sensation scored the winning goal in the Premier League versus Fulham, a 94th minute strike.
Earlier this month, the South American youngster provided an assist in the victory over Bournemouth and last weekend, he set up the winning goal for Man Utd against champions and rivals, Manchester City.
The pacy winger has shown that he has the qualities to become a superstar at Old Trafford and he surely deserves a lucrative long term contract. What do you think?