By Pranav Shahaney

19th Apr, 2022 | 5:30pm

Noam Emeran to extend Manchester United deal amid interest from France and Germany

Manchester United youngster Noam Emeran is set to extend his deal at the club, according to Foot Mercato.

The 19-year-old was recruited by United three years ago and has grown from strength to strength since his time at Old Trafford.

There is a very good chance that the teenage attacker is loaned out next season to get first-team experience.

However, the club hierarchy appear to rate him highly and are going to have him extend his deal for two years with an option of another one.

FC Nantes, Werder Bremen and Augsburg are understood to be in the running to sign him on loan this summer.

Future star?

Manchester United’s DNA is based upon on promoting youth players and watching them become icons for the first team.

While Emeran may not be ready for that he’s certainly on his way to achieving that feat if he keeps developing at the same rate he has been in the last few years.

Two more seasons on loan should get him ready for the Red Devils first team and the fans will certainly be keeping an eye on how he fares wherever he goes.

Should he move to a Bundesliga side, he will have an easier time racking up his goal-scoring numbers and that will give him a confidence boost.

However, a move to Ligue 1 will help him develop the physical aspect of his game – which is important if he aims to play in the Premier League.

In other Manchester United news, River Plate ace Enzo Fernandez is on the Red Devils’ radar with competition from rivals Manchester City and Real Madrid.