Manchester United have confirmed that young attacker Anthony Elanga has signed a new contract until 2026. With the option of an extension.
The Swedish star signed a previous contract in March. But since then, he made his first-team debut and started in a game against Young Boys recently.
Earlier reports indicated that interim manager Ralph Rangnick. Was impressed with Ellanga and offered the opportunity to feature on the bench against Crystal Palace. As well as being named against Norwich City in the end.
The 19-year-old was eventually rewarded with a new contract that runs until 2026. With the option to extend it for an additional year in style.
“My ultimate goal has always been to play for Manchester United, the standards are very high but this contract is another important period in my career,” Ellanca told the club’s website.
“This is the perfect environment to take to the next level, with world-class players and coaches to gain knowledge every day. I am extremely happy that the club has shown faith in my progress, and would like to thank my family and staff for their support
. And I can’t wait to keep improving myself.”
Elanga has been at the Red Devils’ academy since the age of 12 and has made five appearances for the first team so far. shots
were also fired through the door for Manchester United to the Premier League at the start of Game 2. Which was a game that beat Wolves 2-1 last season.