It&aposs been an impressive breakthrough season for Garnacho, with there seemingly a weight lifted off of the shoulders of the youngster following Ronaldo&aposs departure. His latest contribution an assist during the Reds&apos 3-0 win over Bournemouth just seven days ago.
Ronaldo has since linked up with new club Al Nassr in Saudi Arabia, signing a blockbuster contract believed to be worth more than 200 million euros.
Earlier this season, Garnacho posted a photo of himself alongside the iconic forward on his social media account, captioned: &aposI dont know if its real or if Im dreaming shortly after he came off the bench against Sheriff Tiraspol.
Also copying his celebration multiple times during his standout performances for United&aposs Under-18 side last season, Garnacho will hope to ensure on-field success under Erik ten Hag, with the Reds still involved in three cup competitions, as well as pushing to qualify for the UEFA Champions League this term.
Fans have also been heard chanting &aposViva, Garnacho&apos at the Theatre of Dreams as of late, with the song once filled with the name of the Portuguese star, who has since tainted his reputation with some sections of the United faithul.
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