Spain and Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera has agreed to join French giants Paris Saint-Germain next season according to RMC Sport.
Herrera‘s contract with United expires in the summer but there will be no renewal. He joined the Red devils in the summer of 2014.
Spanish club Athletic Bilbao expressed interest in signing their former player but their attempt came too late according to the French outlet.
The 29-year-old have agreed personal terms but PSG are yet to decide whether to offer him a four or five year deal.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer indicated he could be available for the game against Chelsea despite his contract situation and recent injury problems.
‘’Three games left of the season and Ander has been training, he’s been enthusiastic. He’ll probably be involved,’’
‘’I think he’s fit enough to be involved on Sunday. I can’t guarantee, because there’s still two days left, but he’s trained the last two days.’’ Solskjaer stated.
Herrera has made 23 appearances and scored two goals for United in all competitions this season.
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