Jose Mourinho is expected to hold talks with the Manchester United board at the end of the season, according to reports.
After a shaky start to the season, Mourinho has turned things around at Old Trafford.
And according to The Sun, the board will have a meeting with the Portuguese tactician, and they are keen to extend his stay by an extra 12 months.
A club source told the paper: “The club want to discuss extending Jose’s contract when the season ends.
“There’s an option for another 12-months should the guys upstairs want it, depending on trophies and the such.
“He is loved here already, and has the fans on his side. It has a feeling of something special starting.”
Henrikh Mkhitaryan insists he didn't join Manchester United for the money
Phil Jones thought about quitting Manchester United when Louis van Gaal was in charge
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No question there were thoughts about my future. It was in the back of my mind
Phil Jones has revealed he nearly quit United when Louis van Gaal was in charge.
The 24-year-old barely go a look-in under the Dutchman, managing just 10 appearances.
And Jones reckons Van Gaal caused him to think carefully about his future.
“No question there were thoughts about my future. It was in the back of my mind,” Jones told the Manchester Evening News.
“If you are not playing games that speaks volumes.
“I said to myself at the start of the season that if someone believes in me and gives me the chance I know I am more than capable of delivering for the manager – Jose [Mourinho] has done that.”
Jose Mourinho could stay at Manchester United beyond his contract
Henrikh Mkhitaryan has refuted claims he only joined United for the money.
The Armenian midfielder signed for the Red Devils in a £26.3m deal last summer.
Despite being labelled by some Dortmund fans as a money grabber, Mkhitaryan has angrily hit back.
“I can not understand that, and that’s wrong,” Mkhitaryan told German paper Bild.
“If it were just about money, I would have transferred from Shakhtar Donetsk to Anzhi Makhachkala and not to Borussia Dortmund.
"But I did not want that.”