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Manchester United fan favorite dreaming of Real Madrid move

This is a huge heartbreak for all United fans who hoped he would spend his entire career at Old Trafford.

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Ever since being thrust into the limelight, Alejandro Garnacho has endeared himself to United fans and has become a proper heartthrob for The Reds.

The wonderkid has been a bright spot in an otherwise bleak season for the Red Devils, bursting up and down the wings.

Many a fan have this hope that young Garnacho will be terrorizing full backs in red for the rest of his career, but this may not be an eventual reality.

Argentine reporter Gaston Edul earlier today reported that Garnacho’s dream is to one day don the pure white of Spanish giants Real Madrid.

“Alejandro Garnacho’s dream as a player is to play for Real Madrid. Not now, but he has it clear that he wants to play for Real Madrid at one point in his career,” the journalist said.

Garnacho himself was born in Madrid and grew up in the books of city rivals Atlético Madrid, but his heart lies with Los Blancos.

As cited by TyC Sports, Garnacho has it clear that he would one day like to play for Real Madrid, following a similar career trajectory as his idol Cristiano Ronaldo.

This is a huge heartbreak for all United fans who hoped the youngster would spend his entire career at Old Trafford.

The fact that Real Madrid president Florentino Pérez is an admirer of the lad and is keen on signing him one day compounds the bad news.

A report from Real Madrid Exclusivo just last week revealed that the Madrid don was closely following Garnacho’s progress and was even hoping to have a chat with the young lad during Real Madrid’s visit to Manchester to face Manchester City in the Champion’s League semifinals next month.

All United fans can do is hope the time Garnacho decided to make the move comes later rather than sooner, as they have already fallen head over heels in love with him.

Garnacho is currently with the Argentina squad after being called up for friendlies over the international break in the United States against El Salvador and Costa Rica.


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