Manchester United star Juan Mata held a meeting with executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward following the club’s disappointing defeat at the hands of Cardiff.
The 30-year-old’s current contract runs out in July and talks over an extension haven’t come to fruition.
The Red Devils are keen to keep hold of the Spaniard but, who wants assurances over his role in the squad after having seen countrymen Ander Hererra leave on a free only a few days ago.
Mata did not come off the bench as United bid farewell to a below-par season with an embarrassing defeat at home by already relegated Cardiff City side.
The Spaniard has been allowed to talk to the foreign clubs as his current contract ends soon and Andy Mitten claims that Mata was called into Woodward’s office to provide an update.
The ex-Chelsea man himself is reportedly keen to stay at Old Trafford but given Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s plans of a massive restructuring fears that he might be shown the door.
The 45-year-old is expected to be given a £200m transfer kitty, and the massive exodus to follow is expected to fund the rest.
Antonio Valencia and Ander Hererra have already said their goodbye’s after the Cardiff game, While Alexis Sanchez and Marcos Rojo are supposed to follow suit soon.
The Red Devils are also open to offers to Romelu Lukaku and Paul Pogba with the latter said to be pushing for a move to Real Madrid. Ed Woodward holds a meeting with Juan Mata after Cardiff defeat