Michael Carrick has played central midfielder at Man United for the better part of the last ten years and has made over 280 appearances for the Red Devils. But with his contract set to expire, Carrick could find himself looking for a new club to call home – a fact that is not lost on the veteran midfielder.
In a recent interview [per the Metro], the 34-year-old Carrick acknowledged that he is unsure what the future holds for him, as one-year deal with Man United is set to expire without an extension in place or contract talks on the way.
‘I am not sure yet to be honest, no. I haven’t heard anything just at the moment. Hopefully (I will) sometime soon,’ said Carrick.
‘I am not making a big deal of it, to be honest. I will just have to wait and see what happens.’
Carrick joined Man United in 2006 under Sir Alex Ferguson following a successful stint at Tottenham Hotspur and played a minimum of 40 games for the club in each of his first eight seasons. He has won 13 titles with the club, including five Premier League and one Champions League title. Carrick was also named to the PFA Team of the Year for the 2012-13 season.
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