- Man United teen talent Alejandro Garnacho took to social media to show off his awesome full sleeve Prison Break tattoo
- Garnacho's strong appetite for inks, has seen the youngster convert his body into a walking canvas
- The 18-year-old Argentine winger, who joined United's youth system from Atletico Madrid, has been touted to be the next breakout star at Old Trafford
Argentina and Manchester United wonderkid Alejandro Garnacho showed off his stunning Prison Break tattoo on his sleeve.
Born in Spain, the 18-year-old Garnacho who has been tipped for success, is not a new customer when it comes to body art.
Alejandro, who earlier had a portrait of a woman's face on his lower right arm, added characters from hit TV series Prison Break inked on his upper right arm to complete a full sleeve.
In a photo posted on social media, seen by Sports Brief, the tattoo features portraits of Prison Break protagonist Michael Schofield.
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There are also portraits of Lincoln Burrows and evil villain Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell, with ex-United defender Gary Neville revealing that the latter was a moniker given to him by Wayne Rooney.
Aside from the complete sleeve of tattoos on his right arm, Garnacho has a picture of a menacing-looking tiger, as well as other bits of ink on other parts of his canvas-looking body.
Despite his strong showings and impressing new boss Erik Ten Hag, the teenager is yet to get game time under his belt this season.
Mourinho gets stunning tattoo which documents his European success
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that veteran and accomplished manager Jose Mourinho has revealed a new tattoo. Mourinho has said that he wants the tattoo to highlight all the European trophies that he has won in his illustrious career.
Mourinho, now in charge of AS Roma, became the first manager to win all the three available European trophies when he led the Italian side to the inaugural UEFA Conference League.
Prior to that, Mourinho introduced himself to the world stage by leading Porto to a historic Champions League win in 2004. He then joined Chelsea, where in as much as he won lots of trophies, he wasn't able to guide them to European success.
Source: Sports Brief News