Manchester United’s Michael Carrick believes he has played his last game at Old Trafford, according to the Daily Mail. The midfielder is out of contract in the summer, and is yet to agree terms to keep him at the club for another twelve months.
Time is rapidly running out for Edward Woodward and Louis van Gaal to draw up a new contract for the veteran, and it doesn’t look like anything will happen before the FA Cup final this weekend.
Carrick, 34, brought his family on the pitch during United’s lap of appreciation for the fans after the Bournemouth victory last night, following in the footsteps of Patrice Evra and Rio Ferdinand – who did similar before they left.
The man from Newcastle has been an absolute superstar for Manchester United during his time here, and has won everything except the FA Cup trophy – so lets send him off in the proper manner and win it in a few days time.
A whole host of Premier League clubs could be interested in signing Carrick this summer, including Arsenal, Everton, West Ham and Newcastle.