Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera in 2-0 win over Chelsea
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Herrera admits he will listen to ‘other clubs’ amid Manchester United contract stand-off

Ander Herrera has admitted he will listen to ‘other clubs’ as talks over a new deal at Manchester United continue to stall.

The Spaniard’s contract is set to expire at the end of the season, with the club and player having so far failed to agree terms over a new deal.

Reports last week emerged that Herrera had signed a pre-contract agreement with French champions Paris Saint-Germain, whilst the 29-year-old has also been linked with Arsenal, Inter Milan and Barcelona.

Herrera insists he is focused on his football at Old Trafford, but admits he will ‘not close doors’ on any clubs regarding his future.

“I want to beat Barcelona and [only] think about football,” he told Spanish publication, ABC.

“It is true that I have only two months of contract and today Manchester [United] and I do not think the same and there is no renewal agreement, but my duty is to continue listening to United.

“What I have made clear is that I’m going to continue playing in a big team. I take care of it, I look good and I want to squeeze football as long as my body allows, because the day after I retire I will start to regret having retired.

“I will listen to United, of course, but also to other clubs. I do not close doors.”