Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick has yet to know whether or not he will be given a new contract, according to The Independent.
The England international midfielder’s current contract with United runs out at the end of next month.
“Despite lucrative interest from China, Carrick is understood to have no desire to move to the Far East, although the former England midfielder could yet be tempted by the offer of a move to the MLS,” added the report.
According to a recent report in The Mirror, Newcastle United have an interest in Carrick.
It has been reported that Newcastle, who will play in the Championship next season after getting relegated from the Premier League, could move to appoint Ryan Giggs and Carrick in a managerial capacity if Rafael Benitez does not stay at St. James’ Park next season.
Carrick may be 34 years of age, but he remains one of the best central midfielders in the Premier League.
During the 2015-16 season, the former Tottenham Hotspur star created 10 chances in 28 league appearances for United.
The former West Ham United midfielder had a pass accuracy of 86% and won 15 headers, eight dribbles and 27 tackles.