Manchester United skipper Ashley Young could leave the club when the transfer window reopens next week according to the publication from the stables of the Daily Mail.
Ashley Young has six months left on his Manchester United contract at the moment and the 34-year-old could leave in the January transfer window after losing his place in the starting XI.
He has lost his place in the Premier League team and had been reduced to appearances in the Carabao Cup and the Europa League.
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Ashley Young has seen his playing time reduce due to the signing of right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka who joined the Red Devils in a £50m deal this summer as well as the emergence of Academy product Brandon Williams at left-back.
The experienced England international can play either as a left-back or as a right-back having being converted from a winger to a fullback in the latter stages of his Manchester United career.
Ashley Young signed for Manchester United in the summer of 2012 from Aston Villa for a fee of around £17m and was part of the team that won the last league title at Old Trafford under former manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
He has previously been linked with a move to Italy.