Nemanja Matić’s current deal at Manchester United runs down after the end of this season and the Red Devils have an option to further extend his stay by a year.
The Serbia international has seen his first team opportunities being limited this season and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer started him in the last few matches because of Paul Pogba’s absence due to injury.
Earlier this month, reports coming out of Italy suggested the midfielder’s agent has offered the 31-year-old to AC Milan and Inter Milan.
Over the weekend, Calciomercato provided an update on the former Chelsea man and they claim Matić has no plans to extend his stay at Old Trafford beyond this campaign due to a lack of regular minutes.
The website once again mentions the player being offered to the two Milan clubs, but suggests the Nerazzurri seems to be ‘more interested’ in signing Matić on a free transfer in 2020.
A move to Inter will see Matić’s reunite with former Chelsea manager Antonio Conte.
Inter’s desire to take the Red Devils player on a free transfer will be crushed if Manchester United decide to keep Matić until 2021.