The Europa League is all that remains to play for in Manchester United’s season, with the punters in the Transfer Tavern already looking ahead to next season.
Jose Mourinho’s side could finish the season with two trophies, as well as making it into the Champions League, though Red Devils around the world must be hoping for a better go of things next summer.
Such is the nature of a club like United, they’re always likely to be linked with top talents around the world, though reports from the Daily Mirror about a current Old Trafford star have gone down even better than a regular transfer rumour.
According to their report, Michael Carrick is set to discuss his future with the club at the end of the season. Out of contract in the summer, the veteran midfielder could reportedly combine his role as a first-team player with a potential coaching role.
Having won all there is to win at Old Trafford since joining over a decade ago now, the serial trophy winner is understood to have impressed Mourinho with his influence both on and off the pitch.
With that in mind, there looks to be potential he could work with the U23s as he works towards his badges.