United days could soon be up: Car­rick

Kuwait Times - - SPORTS -

Man­ches­ter United mid­fielder Michael Car­rick says this could be his last sea­son at the club and backed world-record sign­ing Paul Pogba to show­case his “very spe­cial” tal­ent. The vet­eran play­maker has mainly been used in cup com­pe­ti­tions this sea­son un­der Jose Mour­inho, al­though he did start United’s last league game and is in con­tention for only his sec­ond Premier League start of the cam­paign this week­end against Arse­nal. Asked if he would like to re­main at Old Traf­ford be­yond this sea­son, the for­mer Eng­land in­ter­na­tional told Sky Sports: “Yeah, but I’m 35 now and I have to be re­al­is­tic. “I’m not go­ing to make pre­dic­tions about what is go­ing to be hap­pen­ing next sea­son. “We are not even at Christ­mas yet and I just want to play as many games as I can and see how I’m feel­ing, how the body is feel­ing. “That is the big­gest gauge to see if I can still do it, if I feel I can still do it and the man­ager feels that. “There is a lot of things to come into the equa­tion, so I’m not go­ing to be mak­ing any rash judge­ments just yet.”

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