According to reports, ALEJANDRO GARNACHO’s new contract with Manchester United would result in a pay raise that is TEN TIMES greater than his previous one.
After his recent play for Manchester United, the Argentine prodigy has established himself as one of the most intriguing players in the Premier League’s pipeline of young talent.
The wages of Alejandro Garnacho at Manchester United are going to see a significant increase in the near future.
This season, the 18-year-old has made eight appearances across all competitions, scoring twice and assisting on two more goals in addition to scoring the game-winning goal for his team in their last game before the World Cup break against Fulham.
The lone goal he scored earned him comparisons to his hero Cristiano Ronaldo, who has since moved on from the club. His goal against Fulham prompted the comparisons.
It is believed that Erik ten Hag’s club would like to extend his contract with the club in light of the fact that he has broken into the first team for the club.
According to the MEN, Garnacho’s current salary of £5,000 per week may increase to £50,000 per week as a result of his new deal. This would be a tenfold increase from his current salary.
Due to the fact that his current deal is set to expire in 2024, the club will be eager to extend his terms and keep him at Old Trafford in light of his recent outstanding performance.
When Manchester United purchased Garnacho from Atletico Madrid for just under half a million dollars in the year 2020, the club also provided him with a contract.
When asked about the status of Garnacho’s contract, David James, a former goalkeeper for the Premier League and England, gave the following response on GGrecon: “If he was going to be corrupted in any way, then £5,000 per week would have been enough to do the trick.
“That is not to say that earning £50,000 per week won’t change him, but if he was going to be corrupted, it would have already happened by now. That does not mean, however, that he won’t be changed by the money.
“I really hope he has a lot of trustworthy people around him who can give him advice on how to spend the additional $45,000.
“That enables him to focus solely on his football, presuming, of course, that he is receiving counsel from the appropriate individuals.
“I don’t know the man at all, but if he’s motivated by money, £50,000 a week could mean that he’ll soon want £100,000 a week. In that case, it will drive him on to play even better,” you say.
The team coached by Ten Hag will get back into action tomorrow when they play a friendly match against the Spanish side Cadiz.
Man Utd are ‘most interested’ in Memphis Depay transfer as they look to re-sign Barcelona and Holland star in January
MANCHESTER UNITED are keen on a dramatic reunion with Memphis Depay, according to reports.
The striker, 28, is available with Barcelona desperate to get him off their wage bill.
The Catalan club is said to be using the World Cup as a recruitment tool for Memphis, whose contract expires next summer.
According to Tuesday’s edition of AS, the Red Devils are the “most interested” team in Europe.
In the January transfer window, they could reportedly sign Depay for just £4.3 million.
Between 2015 and 2017, the star played for United.
Louis van Gaal signed him for £31 million but he failed to live up to expectations, scoring only seven goals in 53 games and was eventually sold to Lyon.
However, with a new Dutchman in charge in Erik ten Hag, United may make a fresh bid for the Netherlands international.
Depay was previously used as a left winger at Old Trafford, but he is now capable of leading the line.
In recent years, he has had more success, scoring 76 goals in 178 games for Lyon and 14 goals in 41 games for Barcelona.
The forward opened the scoring for his country against the United States on Saturday, as the Netherlands put on a ruthless performance.
Goals from Depay, Daley Blind, and Denzel Dumfries propelled the Dutch to a 3-1 victory and a place in the last eight.
They face Argentina in the World Cup semi-finals, where Lionel Messi will be looking for the one piece of silverware he has never won.