Summary: Tottenham - Manchester United 2:2 (Sport1)
Manchester United is building the future: the Red Devils announced today (Friday) the extension of the contract of the academy graduate, the rising star Alejandro Granacho, who signed until June 30, 2028. The winger, who was born in Spain but is expected to represent Argentina due to the origin of His mother, had already managed to make 31 appearances in United's senior team when he was only 18 years old.
"When I joined this amazing club, I dreamed of making my debut and playing at Old Trafford, scoring my first goal and winning trophies with this badge on my chest," Granacho told the official website after the signing.
"I feel very proud and excited that I got to experience these moments already, along with my family who supported me all the way. The coach and his team helped me improve every day. I can't wait to make more special memories with this team, in front of our amazing crowd."
In addition, Eric Ten Haag said that Granacho has returned to training with teammates and is nearing a return from the ankle injury he suffered about a month and a half ago.
The winger, who scored five goals this season and scored another six in all competitions, asked Manchester United to release him for the Under-20 World Championship to help the Argentina team in the tournament that will be held on their soil, but the club refused.