Ashley Young has marked a one-year contract extension with Manchester United, the Premier League club has affirmed.
The arrangement will see the 33-year-old – marked from Aston Villa in June 2011 – stay at Old Trafford until the finish of the 2019-20 season.
Youthful at first touched base at the club as a winger, however has since formed into a flexible full-back, used on the two sides of United’s defense.
The England international has won five trophies in his time with the Red Devils, incorporating the Premier League in 2012-13 and the League Cup and Europa League twofold under previous manager Jose Mourinho toward the finish of the 2016-17 battle.
Young has shown up in all rivalries this season, incorporating 18 starts in the Premier League, and turns into the most recent player to submit his future to United.
The club reported defender Phil Jones’ new four-year contract keep going Friday, following on from new arrangements for midfielder Scott McTominay and forward Anthony Martial since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s arrangement as overseer coach.
“His frame of mind and his experience around the spot is indispensable for us,” Solskjaer told MUTV.
“We have a youthful group that needs some leaders in the dressing room and Ashley is one of them.”