Alejandro Garnacho shows support for Man United boss Erik ten Hag on social media

Manchester United’s Alejandro Garnacho has become the first player to react to the club’s decision to keep manager Erik ten Hag.

The United manager is close to agreeing a new contract at Old Trafford in an incredible turn of events.

At one stage, it looked like the club will show him the exit door after they were getting involved in talks with other managers.

However, the Red Devils are now keeping their manager who has guided them to Carabao Cup and FA Cup win in his two seasons at the club.

Argentinian winger Garnacho has shown his support for the manager who has guided the player to improve his game and become a regular starter for Man United.

The United winger has not made any public comment about Ten Hag staying at the club but his social media activity has been spotted by the fans.

He liked a tweet from a Man United fan who expressed appreciation for the club to keep the manager.

Alejandro Garnacho shows support for Man United manager Erik ten Hag.
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Ten Hag has helped Garnacho become a crucial member of the Man United team with the Dutchman constantly relying on the youngster to inspire the team.

Garnacho will be looking to grow more as a player and develop his game to another level under the guidance of Ten Hag.

Ten Hag as helped Garnacho get better at Man United

He has already made 86 appearances for United, scoring 15 goals and registering 9 assists.

One of the several reasons why Man United have decided to keep Ten Hag at the club is his role in developing young players like Garnacho and Kobbie Mainoo.

The manager has given them opportunities and has been clever with his use of both the players and his faith in the youngsters was rewarded when both of them scored in the FA Cup final against Manchester City.

Garnacho has a long term future at the club, unlike Jadon Sancho, who is not expected to play again for the club after Ten Hag staying at Old Trafford.


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