Manchester United defender Antonio Valencia is edging closer to the exit at Old Trafford according to reports emanating from the British media.
The Daily Mirror claim that the player’s agent has already started negotiations with Italian Serie A giants Inter Milan with the Nerazzurri keen to add the Ecuadorian international star to their ranks.
The 33-year-old has less than six months left on his current deal with the Red Devils and it looks like he won’t be offered a contract extension at Manchester United.
The South American player can start to talk with foreign clubs this month with the period of time remaining on his current deal with the Red Devils.
Antonio Valencia is the longest serving player at Old Trafford following his transfer from Championship club Wigan Athletic in 2009.
His decade-long stay at Manchester United might come to an end in the summer.
Valencia has been a wonderful servant for Manchester United since his move to the three-time European champions ten years ago.
He started his Manchester United career as a right winger before he was converted into a right-back.
Valencia was initially frozen out of the Manchester United team earlier in the season by Portuguese tactician Jose Mourinho before he was sacked in December.