Michael Carrick has admitted he has plans to one day manage Manchester United
Zlatan Ibrahimovic will extend his stay at Manchester United for one more season, according to reports in Italy.
The 35-year-old has the option to extend his current contract for a further 12 months and Italian outlet TuttoMercatoWeb claim he will do so.
The report says talks have progressed well, despite Ibrahimovic being linked with a move to MLS.
He will reportedly confirm his future at Old Trafford by the end of the month.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is expected to confirm he is staying with Manchester United next season
Manchester United are closing in on a double deal for Espanyol defenders Aaron Caricol and David Lopez, according to reports.
Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo claim United scout Toni Lima watched the pair in action against Alaves last weekend.
The report says Lopez has a £34million release clause while Caricol's stands at £25m – both well within reach of the Red Devils.
Lopez is primarily a centre-half who can also operate in the midfield, and Caricol is a left-back – an area of concern for United all season.
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Michael Carrick has revealed he has ambitions to one day manage Manchester United.
"I’m doing my coaching badges at the minute so who knows what will happen in the future," Carrick told MOTD magazine.
"It depends what kind of opportunities you get.
"But I’d love to be manager of England or United one day, might as well aim for the top!"