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Manchester United Icon Michael Carrick Will Retire If He Is Not Offered A New Deal

midfielder Michael Carrick has revealed that he will most likely retire if he isn’t offered a new contract by the club.

The 35-year-old signed a one year contract extension last season and his time at seems to be coming to an end.

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Carrick has now revealed that if boss tells him he is no longer needed at the club, he would consider calling it a day on his illustrious career.

“I don’t think there are many [other] places I’d want to play, if any – after this, anyway,” Carrick said.

“I probably would say, ‘Yes, that would be it.’ I’ve had such a time here that I don’t think I’d go ­elsewhere.”

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“I understand I’m not going to play every game and I haven’t really got a problem with that, but I need to be playing enough.”

“There’s pride as well. Gary ­Neville springs to mind – he stopped halfway through the ­season. He said, ‘You know what? That’s it. I can’t do it now,’ which you’ve got to respect.”

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Michael Carrick announced star studded testimonial on Thursday, while also stressing that he will have a discussion with Jose about his future.

“I haven’t really had that much of a conversation with him yet,” he said. “Obviously that will happen at some stage – pretty soon I’d have thought. That’s something I’m really relaxed about, and I’m sure he is as well.”

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