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Alejandro Garnacho's new tattoo has caused mixed reactions among Manchester United fans as theme emerges

Dylan Penketh

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Alejandro Garnacho's new tattoo has caused mixed reactions among Manchester United fans as theme emerges

Alejandro Garnacho has caused quite a storm among United fans recently, related to his new tattoo.

Manchester United fans have been excited to see Alejandro Garnacho in the last year due to his immense talent on the field.

Signing from Atletico Madrid into the youth academy a few seasons ago, Garnacho has become a staple of the Manchester United youth teams, and his name rose to fame within the club after the U18's Youth FA Cup victory.

Garnacho scored several goals across the campaign, including two in the final, as United lifted the trophy for the first time since Paul Pogba and Jesse Lingard won it.


However, his latest move has caused a mixed reaction among fans.

Garnacho is known for having extravagant tattoos at a young age, and his latest one, which is inspired by Netflix's series 'Stranger Things', is certainly not something you'd expect to see on a daily basis.

It has caused a mixed reaction, with some loving the tattoo, while others are confused as to the significance of it.

This is not the only tattoo that Garnacho has had inked that hails a TV show, with his right arm having a huge tattoo of the characters from 'Prison Break' behind barbed wire.

Regardless of his tattoo choices, as long as Garnacho is able to fulfil his exciting potential on the Old Trafford turf, no one will mind too much about what he has inked on his arms.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/Garnacho7

Topics: Manchester United, Alejandro Garnacho

Dylan Penketh
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