Moyes sees the quartet as being key to his plans going forward in the north west.
Premier League champions Manchester United are preparing to reward Phil Jones, David de Gea, Danny Welbeck and Tom Cleverley all with new contracts this summer, according to reports in the Daily Mail.
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All of that quartet, other than Cleverley, have at least two years left still to run on their current deals in the north west, while the under-fire Cleverley has just 14 months remaining.
England international Jones arrived at Old Trafford from Blackburn Rovers in the summer of 2011 for a whopping £16.5m, however, the versatile defender has been impressive in his time at the club and will now be rewarded with an extension to his contract, especially with the experienced central defensive duo of Nemanja Vidic and Rio Ferdinand both set to quit the Red Devils this summer.
Meanwhile, Spain international David de Gea is another who has really caught the eye during his three years at the Theatre of Dreams, and England forward Welbeck is currently enjoying his best-ever campaign in front of goal for the Premier League giants after finding the back of the net 13 times in 36 matches.
And even Cleverley, who was the victim of an online petition by England fans earlier this year asking for the midfielder not to be selected for this summer’s World Cup, is in line to be handed a new deal, with boss David Moyes seeing the player as a key member of his United squad.