Manchester United signed Spanish international Ander Herrera when Dutch boss Louis van Gaal was in charge of the club.
Now, under Jose Mourinho, the former Atheltic Bilbao star finds himself in a complex situation.
According to Metro.co.uk, the 29-year-old star has made it clear that he wants to agree a new deal and stay with Manchester United.
However, the issue is that the club have not offered him a new contract as yet and that is why he will listen to offers in the January transfer window.
Herrera’s current deal with the Red Devils will expire next year and if United do not sign an extension then he will have the option to sign a pre-contract agreement (in January) with any other club to leave Old Trafford for free (next summer).
Since the arrival of Jose Mourinho at Manchester United, he has lured midfielders like Pogba (2016), Matic (2017) and Fred (2018).
Herera has only gone down the pecking order and in all fairness, he should leave United for regular first team football.
The £75,000-a-week midfielder (The Express) could only start 13 times in the league last season and this time around, so far, he has only started once in four PL fixtures. It should be noted that the versatile center midfielder started as a center back vs Spurs.
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