Ander Herrera has refused to exclude a move in Paris Saint-Germain and claims that Manchester United is still in some way able to satisfy his wage demands.
Herrera becomes a free agent at the end of the season and reports suggest that the 29-year-old midfielder will leave United after reaching a pre-contractual agreement with PSG.
The Spaniard, who is in his fifth season with the Red Devils, became a fan favorite at Old Trafford and was in the running to take over from Antonio Valencia as captain.
However, United will have to meet the huge £ 200,000 a week Herrera wage demands to prevent it from leaving before the 2019/20 campaign.
Asked about his future, Herrera told Spain ABC: "It is true that I only have two months for my contract, and today, Manchester United and I do not think the same and there is no renewal agreement, but my duty is to continue listening to United .
& # 39; What I have clear is that I will continue to play in a great team.
& # 39; I will listen to United, of course, but also to other clubs. I don't close the doors. "
It is also said that Paul Pogba is leaving United with Real Madrid in line to sign the French World Cup winner this summer.
Herrera admits that Pogba would have been "excellent" in addition to the ranks of Zinedine Zidane in Madrid, but hopes his teammate will stay at Old Trafford.
"Pogba would be a great reinforcement for Madrid and any team in the universe, but I hope it stays in United," Herrera said.
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