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Florentino Perez eyeing Manchester United youngster

he is hoping to have a talk with the young in their next trip to Manchester to face City rivals Man City in the quarter-finals of the Champions League. 

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According to a report by Spanish publication Real Madrid Exclusivo, Real Madrid are reportedly interested in Manchester United gem Alejandro Garnacho.

According to the report, Los Blancos president Florentino Pérez is a huge fan of the young lad Garnacho and is hoping to have a talk with the young attacker in their next trip to Manchester to face City rivals Man City in the quarter-finals of the Champions League.

Garnacho’s stocks have tripled over the past couple of months since his manager Erik ten Hag thrust him into the limelight.  The young Argentine has been one of the few bright spots for United in an otherwise very, very bleak season.

In the past few months, the 19-year-old has been one of the first names on the team sheet and has shown enough talent, promise and pedigree to be one of the best talents the Premier League has ever seen.

In what has been a very productive season for the teenager, he has contributed 11 goals in 38 appearances which is a very respectable return by all accounts.

His displays have caught the eye of top European clubs, among them Real Madrid, according to this latest publication.

The Spanish giants have reportedly been closely monitoring his growth and progress over the last 12 months and would be very keen on acquiring his signature.

It goes without say that young Garnacho is an absolute keep for ten Hag and Man United. Talent like him do not come around often, and it behoves them to keep hold of him.

This is off the back of a sparkling display in the F.A Cup against bitter rivals Liverpool.

Young Garnacho ran his socks off for 120 minutes even with a hamstring injury and ended up assisting the winning goal with virtually his last kick of the ball.

Garnacho signed a new contract last year that keeps him at Old Trafford until at least 2028.

 

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