Manchester United skipper Ashley Young will leave the club at the end of the season according to the report from the stables of popular media channel ESPN.
Ashley Young will end his association with Manchester United next summer upon the expiration of his contract with the Old Trafford outfit.
He has been at Manchester United for almost nine years since joining from fellow Premier League side Aston Villa.
Ashley Young started his Manchester United career as a winger but the 34-year-old has been able to evolve into a fullback who can play on the left or right wing.
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The 39-cap England international started this season on the bench before he was introduced into the starting XI on the back of the injury to first choice left-back Luke Shaw.
He was in the first team until last month when young Brandon Williams displaced him at left-back though Luke Shaw has regained his place since coming back from injury.
The aforementioned publication also said that Ashley Young will start speaking with clubs over a free transfer move next summer.
As from January 1, the Englishman can start to speak with foreign teams over a free transfer move next summer.
He has been at Manchester United since 2011.