BREAKING NEWS:According to Fabrizio Romano, Alejandro Garnacho has been linked with craziest move of the summer transfer window which will see him very tempted to leave the club. “FABRIZIO ROMANO :player would say no to that deals and he might leave Manchester United if…..”

Manchester United star Alejandro Garnacho has been linked with a potential blockbuster move this summer.


The United winger is one of the club’s brightest prospects and was one of their standout performers last season, despite the team’s overall inconsistency. The 19-year-old scored seven goals in the Premier League, including a stunning bicycle kick against Everton in December, and netted United’s opener in their 2-1 FA Cup final win over Manchester City.


Garnacho, who signed a new contract last year keeping him at the club for four more years, is currently representing Argentina at the Copa America. However, he has had to settle for a bench role so far and hasn’t played in either of Argentina’s group games in the United States.


Now, he has been linked with a major transfer. According to Alkass Sports, the Saudi Pro League is interested in signing the 19-year-old as part of its strategy to attract younger talent for the next season. It is reported that Garnacho could be offered a deal to join Al Hilal, which already boasts stars like Neymar, Ruben Neves, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, and Kalidou Koulibaly.


However, United have already declared Garnacho as one of four players who are “not for sale under any circumstances” during the summer transfer window, according to the Manchester Evening News. Yet, if the Argentine were to move to Saudi Arabia, it would be one of the biggest deals in the league’s history, particularly considering his age and potential.


The news of Saudi Arabian interest in Garnacho elicited a surprised reaction from his brother, Roberto, who tweeted: “Tf is this?”


It remains to be seen how Garnacho himself would react if presented with a genuine offer from the Saudi Pro League.

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