Noam Emeran will sign two-year contract extension with the option of a further year at Manchester United.
The teenage forward could also go out on loan next season following interest from Nantes, Augsburg and Werder Bremen.
This has all been reported by Footmercato, as cited by United Journal Academy, and we don’t see any reason to doubt them.
MEN reporter Rich Fay has also ran with the news that Emeran has already agreed a new United contract – his second professional deal at the club, which suggests to me that he is rated highly at the club.
Fay tweeted: “Noam Emeran has agreed a new United contract, his second pro deal at the club. Plenty of interest in his signature and likely to leave the club on loan this summer.
— Rich Fay (@RichFay) April 19, 2022
Young players like Emeran should be excited by United’s imminent appoint of Erik ten Hag as manager. The Ajax manager is a coach who gets the most out of young players and has done it for years in Amsterdam.