Manchester United are apparently yet to make a decision over whether to hand a contract extension to Timothy Fosu-Mensah.
Manchester United are apparently still considering whether to hand a fresh contract to Timothy Fosu-Mensah
After sustaining a severe knee injury on loan at Fulham last season, Fosu-Mensah has actually not made a single first-team look during the existing campaign.
With less than 3 months staying on his existing offer, it appeared most likely that the Dutchman would be enabled to leave Old Trafford on a totally free transfer.
Nevertheless, according to The Mirror, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer might still set off a 12- month contract in the 22- year-old’s contract.
Keen to stay at United for a minimum of another year, Fosu-Mensah is stated to be prepared to stay patient while Solskjaer makes a decision.
The academy graduate has actually made an overall of 21 appearances for United, the last of which came against Crystal Palace in May 2017.