To say that Alejandro Garnacho has been making headlines this past week and a bit would be a bit of an understatement.

The Manchester United forward captured the attention of the entire world with his overhead kick against Everton, before then scoring against Galatasaray a few days later.

The young winger is widely seen as one of the more exciting talents in world football these days, but few will know that he spent three years at Getafe in Spain, which Marca cover on Monday.

The Spanish newspaper highlight the Manchester United star’s time at the La Liga side, where they spoke to Antonio Mellado, who managed him during the 2014-15 season.

He said: “He had physical, technical and mental characteristics that made his difference from the others clear. Having Garnacho is having one of those players that you always want to have on your team and that you do not want to face as a rival due to his super-competitive nature.”

And it is that determination that has earned him a lot of plaudits since he broke through at Manchester United, with him being rewarded for his efforts every time he steps on the pitch.

It’s this commitment that stood out then too, as Marca explain that people at Getafe ‘do not remember the boy, at his young age, missing a single training session’.

In fact, they told the newspaper that the now Manchester United player turned up ‘even when he wasn’t feeling well due to a flu or illness that could hinder his performance’.

Whether that is still the case professionally isn’t stated, but there’s a reason why he’s made it this far, and with his talent and drive, plenty expect him to achieve great things over the coming years.