With Manchester United looking as if they’ll continue to splash the cash over the course of the next few months, the Red Devils in the Transfer Tavern are swamped with rumours and reports.
As Jose Mourinho desperately tries to restore former glories at Old Trafford, United are likely to be linked with all sorts of top talent from around the world, though recent reports suggest at a signing much closer to home.
According to BBC Sport, the club are likely to offer Michael Carrick a one-year contract extension. The 35-year-old sees his deal run out this summer, though talks between the two parties are believed to have progressed well of late.
Having won every competition available to him during a trophy-laden eleven years at the Theatre of Dreams, the United fans in the bar are delighted about this news.
Crucially, the former England international has been key to getting the best out of Paul Pogba this season, operating as a deep-lying holding midfielder, so his likely new deal is a very popular one indeed.