Manchester United’s Kieran O’Hara has put pen to paper on a new contract, reported by the Manchester Evening News. The 21-year-old’s contract was set to expire on July 1st, but he wasn’t included on the list of ‘outs’ which was submitted over the weekend.
Then, late last night, the young man took to Twitter to confirm the news as he is working hard to prepare for the new season. Obviously, his intentions will be working towards pushing himself through into Jose Mourinho’s long-term plans.
A summer to remember but now time to get back to what matters, can't wait to push on and really looking forward to the new season #MUFC
— Kieran O'hara (@KieranOhara_) July 3, 2017
As we all know, the Red Devils are supremely strong in the goalkeeping department. Mourinho has arguably the best in the world on his hands in the form of David de Gea, with one of the top backups, Sergio Romero in behind him.
Then we have Joel Pereira who is an excellent talent, and Kieran O’Hara is supremely talented too. Talk about strength in depth.
O’Hara has every chance of making it at the highest level, but perhaps this coming season may be a stretch too far. Honestly, in his best interests, it’d probably make sense to go out on loan to a lower league club and play competitive football every week. It is still early in the transfer window, so I wouldn’t be surprised to see that happen.