Ander Herrera has admitted that his future with Manchester United is currently uncertain as his contract is set to end in three months.

The Spanish midfielder was reported by The Telegraph UK as saying that he would like to extend his stay at Old Trafford, but finds it hard to do so following United being unwilling to meet his wage demands.

According to the article, Paris St-Germain (PSG) is monitoring the situation, to which Herrera said is ‘normal’ since he only has three months left in his contract.

Herrera was also quoted as saying that he is leaving it to his agent to decide his future, and he will continue to focus on playing football.

Talks about Herrera negotiating his contract began last summer, but no deal has yet been reached up to now.

Herrera however is not without options shall his stay at Old Trafford ends.

ESPN reported that PSG is keen to land the 29-year-old on a free transfer shall contract talks fail to materialize at Old Trafford.

UK based Daily Mail have also hinted interest from United rivals Arsenal, with the paper saying that Arsenal can offer favourable terms due to they fact they would be signing Herrera without any transfer fee.

It is further reported by Daily Mail that Herrera is looking for a significant increase on his current £80,000-a-week deal, with the paper saying he is asking around £150,000-a-week.

Herrera joined United from Athletic Bilbao in 2014 and had made over 129 appearances for the Red Devils.

Herrera found himself as sidelined as a player under former United manager Jose Mourinho, but had re-established himself as a regular under new boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with United performing well in their domestic and international competitions so far.

Aside from Herrera, Juan Mata is also in the same predicament with Herrera as his contract is set to expire in the summer.

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