Manchester United are expected to extend the contract of youth sensation Noam Emeran, with Werder Bremen and FC Augsburg keen on loaning the player.
Journalist Santi Aouna has offered an update on the future of Noam Emeran. The youngster is expected to pen a new two-year contract extension with Manchester United, with an option to further extend the deal for another year.
Despite sealing a future at Old Trafford, the young prospect may still leave Manchester United in the summer in an attempt to gain more game-time elsewhere. German outfits FC Augsburg and Werder Bremen are two of the clubs to have expressed the desire to sign the youngster on a season-long loan deal.
Formerly of Amiens, Emeran is widely regarded as one of the most talented prospects in the Manchester United academy at the moment. The 19-year-old had been a part of the Manchester United setup since early 2019, joining the club in a deal worth €2 million.
A winger by trade, the youngster is yet to make his breakthrough for the senior side. But he has made a solid impression with his explosive performances in the youth competitions, notably racking up five goals and six assists in the Under-18 Premier League last term. His contributions had earned him a promotion to the Elite Development squad last summer.
Emeran has not disappointed in Premier League 2 either and is now poised to get a taste of professional football next season by moving out on loan.
Werder Bremen are one of the clubs who have expressed the desire to rope in the 19-year-old. Currently plying their trade in the second division of German football, the club from north Germany have had a topsy-turvy campaign. But they remain one of the favourites to seal promotion back to the top-flight come May.
Bremen have nurtured a host of talented attackers in recent years, including Serge Gnabry, Milot Rashica and Josh Sargent. Emeran, to that end, could be the next youngster making his breakthrough with die Grunweissen.
Another potential destination for the Manchester United youth starlet could be FC Augsburg. The Bavarians have a slightly better squad than Bremen, but there is a dearth of quality and technicality, as the team is often quite reliant on the services of Andre Hahn and Florian Niederlechner.
The addition of a dynamic attacker like Noam Emeran could help Markus Weinzierl add that x-factor going forward. The youngster can work with Ricardo Pepi to cause tandem for the opposition defences next season, potentially making him a smart coup for die Fuggerstadter. Meanwhile, at Manchester United, big changes beckon in the summer following the departures of two leading scouts.