Manchester United have triggered a one year extension in Ashley Young’s contract, according to the Mail Online.
The England international, who has been included in Gareth Southgate’s squad for the forthcoming friendlies against the Netherlands and Italy has impressed for Jose Mourinho’s men this season racking up twenty-nine appearances in all competitions.
He has also scored two goals – both of which coming in a 4-2 win over his former club Watford at Vicarage Road back in November.
During his time with the Red Devils, he has won the Premier League, FA Cup, EFL Cup and the Europa League and was named PFA Young Player of the Year whilst at former club Aston Villa.
He has been capped thirty-one times for his country, scoring seven goals and was part of the squad that went to Euro 2012 where he played every minute of England’s campaign, which ended in a quarter-final defeat to Italy.
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