Solskjaer Unsure Of Man Utd Star's Future
Manchester United interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is unsure if one of the club's senior players will agree a new deal at Old Trafford.
Antonio Valencia has been at the Red Devils for 10 years and is also the current club captain, although he has just started one match under Solskjaer due to injury.
The Ecuadorian's contract expires at the end of the season, and the Norwegian claims he is not sure if the two parties will agree to a new deal.
“He’s still not 100 per cent fit,” Solskjaer was quoted as saying by the Mirror.
“He’s still working to get back fit and he’s had a fantastic career here at Man United and in England. He’s one of the Premier League winners left in the dressing room.
“But at the moment I’m not sure if Man United and Antonio will agree on the next year, so it depends how he… if he gets back on the pitch as well in the next few months.
“But Antonio’s the captain, a great servant to the club, so hopefully I can get him on the pitch so he can show what he can do. Or he can get himself 100 per cent and get back on the pitch.”
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