Michael Carrick could be set to quit Manchester United at the end of the season, according to the Mirror.
The thirty-four year old’s contract expires in five months time and is considering his options, with sides in England and the MLS monitoring the situation.
Carrick is currently in his tenth season at Old Trafford and recently made his four hundredth appearance for the club in all competitions.
He has scored twenty-three goals for the Red Devils and has won a whole host of major honours including five league titles, the League Cup and the Champions League.
Internationally, the former West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur man has been capped thirty-four times for England and was part of their squads for the 2006 World Cup in Germany and the tournament in South Africa four years later.
He was named United’s Player’s Player of the Year in 2013, the last time they won the Premier League.