Manchester United defender Antonio Valencia will know whether he will still be at the club by next month according to reports coming out of the United Kingdom.
Goal revealed that Manchester United will decide whether to trigger the additional year clause in his contract in March.
The 33-year-old has struggled for form and fitness this season and that could play a big part in the Red Devils’ decision.
His contract expires at the end of the season but Manchester United can extend it until the end of next season with the additional year clause.
Antonio Valencia has been at Manchester United for almost a decade and he’s the longest serving player in the first team.
The Ecuadorian international joined Manchester United from Wigan Athletic in 2009 and he has been an important player for the Red Devils since then.
He started his career at Old Trafford as a right winger but he has been able to make the transition to right-back.
Antonio Valencia was linked with several Premier League clubs in January but nothing came out of those transfer rumours.
Recent reports claim that London club West Ham United are interested in a free transfer move for him especially if current right-back Pablo Zabaleta decides to retire at the end of the season.