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Report: Manchester United to hand Arsenal target Garnacho huge pay-rise
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Report: Manchester United to hand Arsenal target Garnacho huge pay-rise

Arsenal target Alejandro Garnacho is set to be rewarded with a huge pay-rise by Manchester United, with The Sun reporting that his salary is about to increase tenfold.

Garnacho was the United player everyone should have been talking about following the final Premier League games before the World Cup break. Of course, the 18-year-old scored the dramatic late winner to settle their clash with Fulham.

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Unfortunately, that display was overshadowed by everything going on with Cristiano Ronaldo right now. But it would appear that United are not letting that distract them from making sure that Garnacho goes nowhere.

Arsenal target Garnacho set for huge pay-rise

Reports from 90min this week claimed that Arsenal are amongst a number of clubs keen on the Argentina youth international.

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Of course, it would be a huge statement from the Gunners to sign Garnacho. But it would seem that he is staying put for some time yet.

The Sun is now reporting that Garnacho’s wages are set to go from £5,000-a-week to £50,000-a-week. Manchester United also hope to extend his deal from 2024 to 2027.

Arsenal fans will probably not feel too disappointed to hear the news on Garnacho. He is a ‘special‘ prospect who appears to have an amazing future ahead of him.

However, Gunners supporters probably felt that there was little chance of the teenager ending up at the Emirates anyway. United were already in a strong position given how long his deal had to run.

And he is clearly the kind of player you hold onto in any way you can. Arsenal fans would have known therefore, that a move was always highly unlikely.

Perhaps the announcement confirming that he is staying is now not too far away.

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