Carrick’s future at Old Trafford is uncertain with his contract set to expire in the summer.
AC Milan are plotting a move to bring Manchester United’s Michael Carrick to Italy in the summer, with the midfielder’s contract due to expire at the end of the season, according to the Daily Star.
The England international, 33, has been offered a one-year extension, however he is yet to decide if he wants his future to remain with the Red Devils, given the woes of the club over the last two seasons.
Carrick could be Milan’s replacement for midfield general Nigel de Jong, who is expected to leave the San Siro in the summer, and is reportedly in advanced talks to move to Old Trafford.
The Red and Blacks are languishing mid-table in Serie A, and look destined to miss out on a Champions League spot again. With the Italian giants’ future looking bleak, the club are planning a summer re-build, and consider the Red Devils midfielder as a player whose experience could be priceless.