- Ashley Young has accepted a move to join Italian Serie A side Inter Milan
- His current contract at Manchester United will expire at the end of the season
- Young has been playing for Manchester United since 2011 and has played 261 games
Manchester United captain Ashley Young has reportedly snubbed a new contract deal with the Old Trafford side as he wants a move to Italian giants Inter Milan.
The 34-year-old England international is expected to move to Italy on a free transfer next summer and he can even join Inter Milan before the January 2019 transfer window closes.
Red Devils' chiefs want to keep Ashley Young at Old Trafford because of his experience and versatility, but Solskjaer wants to sign some players which could affect his place.
Ashley Young joined Manchester United in 2011 from Aston Villa, and the Englishman has played 261 games for the Premier League side.
His current deal with Manchester United will run out at the end of the season which gives Ashley Young the chance to speak with clubs outside England.
He was left out of Manchester United squad that lost against Manchester City on Tuesday night, January 7, in the Carabao Cup semifinal first leg.
And according to the report on UK Sun, Ashley Young feels that he needs a new challenge and prefer moving to Italy.
Antonio Conte has been doing well with Inter Milan this season in Serie A, and his wards are currently topping the standings.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how former Manchester United star Paul Ince suggested that Paul Pogba should be sold by the Red Devils as he feels the Frenchman is not interested in playing for the club again.
The 52-year-old Englishman is also of the opinion that Paul Pogba regrets returning to Manchester United and the best thing is for the club to sell him.
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