Manchester United captain, Ashley Young is most likely to quit Man United at the of the current campaign. The former England international will be out of contract next summer, bringing to an end a 9-year spell with the Red Devils.
Though some reports in some part of the media suggest that Man United are still considering giving the veteran a one-year extension, but the player is looking forward to the last long deal of his playing career.
The 34-year-old was given a new deal least year, but he has fallen down the pecking order at Old Trafford. He is behind summer signing, Aron Wan Bissaka, Luke Shaw and Academy graduate, Brandon Williams.
Young is free to talk to interested clubs in January but is expected to see out his contract at the Theatre of dreams.
The former Watford and Aston Villa player who joined during Sir Alex Ferguson era, he has one Premier League title, Europa League among other trophies.
Ashley Young has drawn interest from his two former sides, Aston Villa and Watford. Both teams are in the relegation battle and would be desperate to bring the veteran player to their clubs in January. United are currently sixth on the EPL log.