Signed in 2019 from Amiens, Noam Emeran has steadily made his way up the ranks at Manchester United over the past few years.

He’s yet to feature for the first-team, but the 19-year-old has played quite regularly with the U23s of late in the Premier League 2, even scoring in the 5-2 win over Derby.

His current deal with Manchester United keeps him at the club until the end of the season, but it appears the Old Trafford club are keen to keep him and develop him some more.

That’s according to L’Equipe, who report that the current talks are edging towards an extension of ‘two to three extra years’, suggesting they have plans for him going forward.

Not only that, but it’s explained he is ‘steadily integrating Ralf Rangnick’s professional group’, meaning the first-team.

There’s no suggestion as to when this would be made official, but it appears to be heading in the right direction, with Emeran set to stay at Manchester United a while longer.