Herrera "closing no doors" as he nears end of Man Utd contract

The Spanish midfielder's deal is up in the summer

Ander Herrera durante la pretemporada con el Manchester United en Miami
Ander Herrera durante la pretemporada con el Manchester United en Miami | AFP

Martí Pueyo

"I will listen to Manchester United but also to other clubs." Ander Herrera's comments to ABC will not go down well with United fans as he opens the door on a summer move. The Spain midfielder has been linked with Paris Saint-Germain recently. His contract expires in the summer and he can leave for free. 

Despite the insistence of the journalist, Herrera dodged giving a detailed answer about his future: "Will I continue at Man Utd? What I want is to beat Barcelona and think about football. Of course, I only have two months on my contract and, right now, Manchester United and I don't think the same. There's no agreement for an extension, but I will listen to United's [offers]." 

Time is running out for the English side. Herrera is looking likely to leave in the summer. The 29-year-old would like to join a team fighting for all titles. He remains a key player at Old Trafford. This season, he has played 26 times, accounting for 1,760 minutes. He's scored three goals and set up three. But it's clear he's not closing "any door" in regards to his future. 

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