In anticipation of the upcoming season, Manchester United midfielder Zidane Iqbal has agreed to terms on a new long-term contract with the Red Devils. The promising midfielder has extended his contract until the summer of 2025.
Manchester United announced Zidane Iqbal's new contract on their official website.
Zidane Iqbal has signed a new long-term contract with Manchester United, the club announced.
Stewart Hamer, Zidane Iqbal's first coach at Manchester United, tells Sports Illustrated that the youngster "ran rings around other kids.
"The nine-year-old midfielder made his first-team debut against Young Boys at Old Trafford last December when he was nine years old.
The FA interview with Manchester United's Zidane Iqbal, a promising youngster
With the option to extend his contract for an additional year, Iqbal has agreed to a new contract that will keep him at United at least until June 2025.
His mother was born in Iraq, and he has already made two appearances for his country in World Cup qualifiers after accepting the call-up." Originally from Whalley Range, the Pakistani and Iraqi-born Academy alumnus is happy to be a Manchesterer of Pakistani descent.
Manchester Evening News: Zidane Iqbal's reaction to his Manchester United debut vs Young Boys
"Iqbal will continue working hard behind the scenes to improve his skills and keep progressing at the club."
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