🚨EXCLUSIVE NEWS🚨 Manchester United have agreed new contract extension with Kobbie Mainoo. New improved contract with a weekly wage of around 80k per week that will be valid till 2029 + one year option. Contract will be signed and made official before new season start. Everything is agreed! ✅


Manchester United had a disappointing season but ended on a high note with a spectacular FA Cup final victory over rivals Manchester City. The team’s 13th title win was highlighted by young talent, with Kobbie Mainoo scoring the second goal and shining in his first major final. Fans were thrilled to see the academy graduate become a regular in the first team after brief appearances during Erik ten Hag’s debut season. Unfortunately, a pre-season injury sidelined the 19-year-old for four months.

Mainoo made a strong comeback, starting against Everton and making 32 appearances across all competitions, scoring five goals and providing one assist. His breakthrough season demonstrated maturity beyond his years, and his knack for scoring crucial goals earned him an international debut against Brazil. He is expected to be a key player for England in Euro 2024. Mainoo’s performances have already secured him a doubled wage after a clause was triggered, recognizing him as a first-team regular.

INEOS is keen to retain Mainoo and has approved a contract extension. However, the player is currently focused on his international duties and plans to sign the new deal after returning from Germany. Barcelona has shown interest in Mainoo, with journalist Sacha Tavolieri reporting that Manchester United is aware of Barça’s interest and is in discussions with the player’s representatives about a contract extension with a significant pay raise.

Despite rumors of a potential swap deal involving Raphinha, such a move is unlikely. Barcelona’s financial struggles mean they are not in a position to make a substantial offer for Mainoo. As his performances continue to improve, more clubs are likely to show interest, making it crucial for Manchester United to secure his contract soon.

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