English Star to leave Manchester United this summer
By Charlesayor | self meida writer
Published 9 days ago - 2069 views
The Red Devils would reportedly be willing to listen to bids for Phil Jones during this summer's transfer market if they bring a new centre-defender to the club.
The 20-time English Giants are thought to be determined to land a new centre-defender ahead of the 2021-22 season, with head Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looking for a left-footed player to strengthen his squad.
According to ESPN, if Manchester United are successful in their attempts in the upcoming window then the Red Devils would be open to allowing Phil Jones to depart on a permanent terms.
The Englishman only signed a new contract at the Threatre Of Dreams in February 2019 and has more than 2 years remaining to run on his current agreement with Manchester United.
Phil Jones has made 224 outings for United in all competitions but hasn't played for the club since January 2020, having struggled with a long-term knee issue which eventually required surgery.
The England international has won the English Premier League, FA Cup and UEFA Europa League during his time in Manchester.
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