Kobbie Mainoo could likely sign a contract with Manchester United soon. The young lad has been impressive in his last few games for United. Kobbie’s form at the moment is brilliant, even though he has just started his senior career. The 18-year-old has contributed highly to Manchester United’s side in the minimal game time given to him. Manchester United has been Kobbie’s boyhood club and playing there has been amazing for him. Even before his magical goal against Wolves, Kobbie impressed the United fans with his skills at such a young age.
What will Kobbie Mainoo’s new contract with Manchester United include?
According to football journalist, Fabrizio Romano, Manchester United have held discussions over a new contract for the young midfielder. He signed his first professional contract with United in 2022 and signed a long-term deal last February which will expire in June 2027. Manchester United are looking to extend this contract with a better salary so that he doesn’t move to another club. Romano mentioned that United are not in any hurry but want to get this deal done in 2024.
“They want Kobbie to be one of the faces of the project for present and future. An important talent with an important salary. There will be a rise in terms of salary, they want to make him feel important.”
-stated football journalist Fabrizio Romano.
The discussions have been positive right now as Mainoo is very happy at United and would most likely want to continue his stay there.
How can Mainoo be a game-changer for United?
Kobbie Mainoo has been exceptional lately and the best part is the 18-year-old has just begun his football career. The midfielder has made positive contribution to United’s game play and will continue making progress. He has the ability to defend as well as attack which increases his importance on the field. His relationship with the other young talents like Rasmus Højlund and Alejandro Garnacho has been blooming which has also brightened the faces of the United fans.
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