Manchester United winger Largie Ramazani has reportedly reject the club’s latest contract offer.
That’s according to Jonathan Shrager, a reliable source when it comes to all things United.
Ramazani, 19, has scored nine goals and has two assists for Neil Wood’s u23 side in the Premier league 2 this season and operates from the left or the right wing.
The Belgian youngster is seen as one of the most exciting talents in the academy, but it is slightly concerning that he has not yet committed his long term future to United.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has a host of talented attacking youngsters looking to break into the first-team.
Angel Gomes and Tahith Chong have struggled for minutes this season despite consistently performing for the development sides. The duo’s contract run out this summer and it is a realistic possibility that both could leave on a free this summer after a lack of game time.
Perhaps Ramazani is also concerned about his route into the first-team and would want assurances that there is a path into Solskjaer’s squad if he is to pen a new deal.
However, promising full-back Ethan Laird, also 19, signed a new contract on Tuesday keeping him at Old Trafford until 2023
I’ve just been told that Largie Ramazani’s latest #MUFC contract offer has been turned down
— Jonathan Shrager (@JonathanShrager) February 25, 2020