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Alejandro Garnacho included in best Premier League teenage XI



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Manchester United’s Alejandro Garnacho has been included in a statistical best Premier League XI of teenage players.

Alejandro Garnacho burst onto the scene during Erik ten Hag‘s inaugural campaign as Manchester United manager last season, scoring five goals and providing five assists.

He was integral to several of United’s wins, coming off the bench to impact fixtures such as against Fulham away and Manchester City at home.

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Having only turned 19 in July, Garnacho has truly established himself as one of the finest young talents across the country, having signed for United in October 2020.

He is also becoming more regularly involved in the international scene, having been called up to the latest Argentina squad and came on as a late substitute during their recent 3-0 win over Bolivia.

It is no surprise then that he has been named on the left wing in GiveMeSport‘s best teenage XI of current Premier League players, which is decided using the help of football data website Trasnfermarkt.

Also in the squad includes Brighton striker Evan Ferguson, who United are considering a move for next summer – although with his current contract running until 2028, Ferguson will likely cost any side well above £120 million.

Full XI:

Slonina (Chelsea); Lewis (Manchester City), Doyle (Manchester City), Phillips (Tottenham), Hall (Chelsea); Chukwuemeka (Chelsea), Lavia (Chelsea), Bajcetic (Liverpool); Enciso (Brighton), Ferguson (Brighton), Garnacho (Manchester United).