Real Madrid are reportedly keeping tabs on 19-year-old Manchester United winger Alejandro Garnacho.

A report from Defensa Central claims that Real Madrid are tracking the progress of 19-year-old Manchester United attacker Alejandro Garnacho. Juni Calafat is driving the interest from the Spanish giants.

Garnacho has been a useful first-team player for Manchester United since last season, and he scored five goals across all competitions for the Red Devils last year. He will be hoping to establish himself as a key player for Manchester United in the coming months.

Players like Jadon Sancho and Antony have not been able to live up to the expectations, and Manchester United need more quality in the wide areas. Someone like Garnacho will certainly fancy his chances of holding down a regular starting spot in the coming months.

The 19-year-old has shown that he is capable of scoring goals and creating goalscoring opportunities for his teammates. There is no doubt that the Argentine attacker is a prodigious talent with a big future ahead of him. And he is certainly good enough to play at the highest level.

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It is hardly a surprise that clubs like Real Madrid are keeping tabs on him. Garnacho has attributes to develop into a top-class attacker, and the biggest clubs in the world will certainly want to sign players of his pedigree.

It will be interesting to see if Manchester United can hold on to the 19-year-old for the long term. He could be a key player for them in the coming seasons. Garnacho needs regular game time in order to continue his development and fulfil his tremendous potential.

Real Madrid will certainly not be able to provide him with the platform just yet. They have Vinicius Jr. operating in a similar role. At Manchester United, the 19-year-old will have more opportunities to play regularly, which will certainly benefit his development. Manager Erik ten Hag has a proven track record of nurturing talented young players and he showed that during his time at Ajax.

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The Dutchman could be the ideal manager to nurture Garnacho into a top-class player. The 19-year-old should look to focus on his development for now. He will have plenty of opportunities to join elite clubs in the near future if he manages to fulfil his potential.

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