Spanish law enforcement could order British counterparts to compel Old Trafford star to testify in ongoing case.
Man United midfielder Ander Herrera is the latest player to become embroiled in an ongoing match fixing investigation relating to a disputed encounter between Levante v Real Zaragoza which took place on the final day of the 2010/11 season according to Spanish source Marca.
It is alleged that each Real Zaragoza player was handed €120,000 which they were then, bizarrely, said to have been ordered to personally hand to their Levante opponents.
Herrera, who started the fixture in question, is now under investigation for receiving those said funds from former Real Zaragoza president Agepito Iglesias and then failing to declare them to the Anti-Corruption unit.
The Man United man, who moved to Old Trafford this summer, could be called to testify in the case.
Herrera played the first half of Man United’s trip to West Brom on Monday night before being subbed at half-time.