Alejandro Garnacho returns to Man United training early

Alejandro Garnacho is looking to impress the new Man United boss Erik ten Hag by returning to training early.

With a new manager comes the opportunity for a clean slate. The likes of Donny van de Beek and Anthony Martial will be looking to take advantage of that.

Another who’ll be hoping to impress the new boss and force his way into the first-team fold is Alejandro Garnacho.

The young Argentine led the U18s to FA Youth Cup glory, while also making his senior debut and earning a full Argentina international call-up.

Not content with just getting his name out there, the hard work continues for Garnacho.

According to the Manchester Evening News, the United starlet has returned to training early as he looks to impress Ten Hag.

Garnacho was involved with the Argentina U20s just a couple of weeks ago. Players who have been away with their country have been granted a three-week holiday after the fact. Instead, the 17-year-old has come back early as he looks to get a jumpstart in 2022/23.

Honestly, you just cannot say enough about Garnacho’s stellar attitude. Some of the senior players could absolutely learn a thing or two from him.

Rather than allowing himself to develop slowly and risk fading into the limelight, Garnacho has taken authority and ensured that he’s in the sights of his new gaffer going into a huge term for Manchester United Football Club.

I’m just super excited to see what the future holds for Garnacho and whether he’s in Ten Hag’s immediate plans. I assume all will become clear during pre-season tour. However, as the saying goes, if you’re good enough, you’re old enough. I fully expect to see Garnacho to make a positive impression over the next couple of months.

Do you think Alejandro Garnacho will enjoy a positive 2022/23 season at Man United? Let us know your thoughts in the comment box below.

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