The 18-year-old has just burst into the scene at United, becoming a new hero at Old Trafford following a string of influential performances.
Garnacho not only scored once in the Europa League and twice in the EFL Cup, but he also scored a crucial last-gasp winner at Fulham in the last Premier League game.
The teenage attacker’s current United deal expires next summer, however, so there is clearly an eagerness to extend his stay at the club.
Taking to Twitter, Romano confirmed that the club is working hard on nailing down Garnacho’s future:
“Manchester United are confident to get Alejandro Garnacho’s new deal done and sealed soon. Negotiations are in progress after first proposal in June.
“Man United want Garnacho to be an important player for present and future.”
Granted, it’s too early to make grandiose predictions about how excellent he can become, but he’s already making an impact, contributing in the last third and even winning United games.
Finding a new contract for Garnacho is critical, with the prospect of losing him to a rival next summer causing concern.