Manchester United will decide the future of up to ten players in the next few months as their contracts run out at the club.
A number of first team regulars will be out of contract in the summer, and the club will make a decision on whether to automatically extend their deals or offer new ones in the coming months, according to the Manchester Evening News.
The majority of those in question could have their deals extended by a year if United so choose. In their contracts exists a one-year contract extension trigger which the club decide when to use, if at all.
Goalkeeper David De Gea is the biggest name in the list of players who have time running out on their deals. However, defenders Antonio Valencia, Phil Jones and Chris Smalling who have all been at the club for some years now are also ...
Read the rest of this post (external)