Kobbie Mainoo to extend Manchester United contract after Euro 2024 tournament

Published on: 04 June 2024
Kobbie Mainoo to extend Manchester United contract after Euro 2024 tournament
Kobbie Mainoo

Kobbie Mainoo will extend his stay at Manchester United after the Euro 2024 tournament according to reports.

The young and promising attacker was a revelation for the Red Devils in the just-ended season, having featured 25 times and scored three times.

According to reports from the Daily Star, Mainoo is set to quadruple his current wages to around £80,000 per week as part of the new deal.

Although the agreement is said to be reached "in principle" among all parties involved, Mainoo has requested that the official announcement be delayed until after the upcoming UEFA EURO 2024 championship.

This decision comes as he wishes to focus solely on his national team commitments without any potential distractions caused by ongoing contract discussions.

Mainoo, whose parents are Ghanaians played a crucial role in helping Manchester United secure their historic FA Cup triumph over city rivals Manchester City last month.

His standout performance earned him the prestigious Man of the Match award, further cementing his reputation as a formidable force and he has been included in England's provisional squad for Euros.

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