‘We WON’T let him leave!’: David de Gea tells Real Madrid to forget about Manchester United starlet Alejandro Garnacho… with the youngster ‘catching the eye in Spain’ after his breakthrough under Erik ten Hag
- David de Gea has told Real Madrid to forget about signing Alejandro Garnacho
- De Gea told Spanish press that Manchester United won’t let the youngster leave
- Garnacho has impressed for United since making a breakthrough this season
- Real Madrid have taken note of his performances and are interested in a move
David de Gea has told Real Madrid to forget about signing Manchester United’s Alejandro Garnacho.
Garnacho has impressed for the Red Devils during his breakthrough season and it appears his performances are being ‘monitored’ by Real Madrid.
However, United’s veteran ‘keeper has told Real Madrid in no uncertain terms that the teenager will not be leaving Old Trafford.
David de Gea said that Manchester United ‘won’t let’ Alejandro Garnacho move to Real Madrid
Speaking to Spanish press following a mid-season friendly, Real Madrid’s interest in Garnacho was brought to De Gea’s attention.
The 32-year-old was quick to dismiss the rumours and said: ‘We won’t let him leave.’
Garnacho arrived at Manchester United following a move from Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid will be hoping they can lure him back to the Spanish capital.
The Spanish club’s interest in Garnacho will be a concern to United fans following how well the youngster has started his career at Old Trafford.
The 18-year-old has impressed fans with his tricky performances out wide and looks like an incredibly exciting talent.
Garnacho has been impressive for Manchester United this season, despite being a teenager
The Argentine even managed to score a last-gasp winner away against Fulham to give his side a crucial win before the break for the World Cup.
Garnacho and Manchester United return to competitive football following the World Cup with a Carabao Cup fixture against Burnley.
This will be another opportunity for the youngster to impress and potentially lock down a spot in Erik ten Hag’s starting lineup.
Garnacho’s last-gasp winner against Fulham gave his side all three points in the 2-1 away win