Antonio Valencia has told Manchester United that he wishes to remain with the club until the Summer according to a report from British newspaper the Times.
The Ecuadorian full-back has fallen down the pecking order this season and his future with the club looks uncertain with his current deal to end at the end of the season.
Valencia has been with the Red Devils for 10 years now having joined from Wigan Athletic and has went on to make close to 350 appearances for the Old Trafford outfit.
The report goes on to add that had Jose Mourinho remained in charge, in all likelihood he would have looked to have moved elsewhere during this window.
The 33-year-old, who will turn 34-years-old in August, is the club captain of United and has recently drawn links to Inter and the report from the Times also confirms the Nerazzurri’s interest in signing him on the basis of a free transfer.