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Man United now in ‘advanced talks’ with midfielder over new contract, deal set to run until 2027: report

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Man United are now said to be deep in discussions with Kobbie Mainoo over a new contract.

Manchester United have unearthed a couple of absolute gems over the last two seasons. Last term, it was Alejandro Garnacho’s breakthrough campaign. This time around, it’s Kobbie Mainoo.

The Stockport-born midfielder has been an absolute revelation since breaking into the starting line-up, already cementing himself as one of the first names on the team sheet.

Over the last few weeks, there have been discussions surrounding a new contract for the young teenager.

Now, Football Insider have kicked it up a notch, claiming United are now in ‘advanced talks’ with the midfielder over a new contract.

Apparently, those negotiations are ongoing, despite the midfielder only signing his most recent contract a little over a year ago.

These new terms, that are looking all set to be signed, will see Mainoo commit his future to the Reds until 2027, with the club having the option to extend that deal by a further twelve months.

Understandably, United chiefs have been ‘blown away’ with Mainoo’s recent development, with the club wanting to reward his progress, with a well-placed source claiming the talks are progressing nicely.

United have always preferred to pay their players early rather than late. Mainoo is just the latest example of that. He has been sensational over the last few months, completely transforming our midfield single-handedly since making his breakthrough.

It’s always nice to see an academy player flourishing at the highest level, with Mainoo the next shining light in a long list of talented youth graduates. Hopefully, his progress as a footballer will continue over the next few seasons.

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