Manchester United have been in the eye of the storm lately following a provocative interview with Cristiano Ronaldo and a potential decision by the Glazer family to possibly sell the club.
There has been little cause for celebration over the past month, with supporters disappointed by comments from Manchester United superstar Ronaldo.
However, the player who delighted millions of Manchester United fans around the world in November was Alejandro Garnacho.
EtH’s contribution to the rise of Garnacho
He scored two crucial winners and became the youngest United player to register two assists in the same game, achievements which saw the Academy graduate rightfully named Player of the Month.
The 18-year-old opened up about his meticulous preparation, which showed maturity beyond his years, and how his family helped keep him grounded.
The Argentine has shown signs of replacing his favorite teammates, such as Sancho in the starting XI and coach Erik ten Hager challenged him to become a regular in the starting XI.
—Manchester United (@ManUtd) November 23, 2022
Ganacjo has now expressed his admiration for the Dutchman and how he has helped him improve in such a short time.
“Erik Ten Hag is a very good manager and, above all, a great person,” Garnerjo said. club media“He was always very attentive to all of us and helped us a lot, especially the young players.
The Madrid-born teenager cited the former Ajax boss’s attention to detail and penchant for improving young players as key to their relationship.
Garnacho, a potential superstar
His outstanding performance at United saw Ganacho considered a possibility in Argentina’s World Cup squad, a dream which did not materialize but which will mean he will have more opportunities to hone his skills on the pitch of training.
Ten Witches will work closely with the young players, first in Manchester, before flying to Spain for further training and a few friendlies.
With United targeting silverware and a place in the top four, hopefully the odds will continue to grow in the months to come. Now that Ganacho has had a taste of the first team, he wants more and more.
“I have to keep working hard until I get my chance. Right now, I’m making the most of the opportunities he gave me.
“I don’t want to step back from here, I want to be in the team often and continue in the same way.”