Largie Ramazani made his first team debut for Manchester United against FC Astana on November 28th.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer handed the 18-year-old an opportunity in the final minutes of the Europa League group stage tie. That has been the forward’s only appearance for the Red Devils’ first team.

The Belgian has seen his opportunities limited of late as he hasn’t played for United’s U23 side in the Premier League 2 in this calendar year.

According to DH, the youngster isn’t featuring for the English club ‘because of his contract’. His current deal at Old Trafford runs down after this season.

It’s claimed the United’s reserve team will not feature Ramazani if he doesn’t sign an extension.

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The report adds the youngster doesn’t know ‘what his future will be’ beyond this campaign. He could leave United as a free agent in the summer, but the forward hasn’t closed the door to signing a new contract at the club.

It’s to be noted DH’s report doesn’t provide any specific information on Ramazani’s plans for next season and there’s no mention of any club being interested in him.