Purchased in 2019 from the French side Amiens, Manchester United’s Noam Emeran has firmly made his way up the ranks at Old Trafford over the past few seasons.
He is yet to feature for the senior team, but the 19-year-old forward has played quite regularly with the Under-23s of late in the Premier League 2, even netting in the 5-2 win against Derby County.
Noam’s current deal with the Red Devils keeps him at the Theatre of Dreams until the end of the term, but the Premier League giants are keen to retain his services and develop Emeran some more.
That is according to a fresh report from the French newspaper L’Equipe, who state that the current discussions are edging towards a renewal of two to three extra terms suggesting they have plans for the player going forward.
Not only that but it is explained he’s steadily integrating interim manager Ralf Rangnick’s professional group, meaning the senior team.
There is no suggestion as to when this would be announced, but it looks to be heading in the right direction, with the left winger set to stay at the English outfit a while longer.