Ander Herrera is willing to stay at Manchester United and fight for his place in the team despite interest coming from Spain.
The Daily Mail reports that the 28-year-old will reject a return to his old club Athletic Bilbao even though he has only one year left on his contract.
The Spaniard is interested in making a return to Spain with clubs such as Barcelona and Atletico Madrid also interested in the 28-year-old. However, Herrera wants to make one final impact before making a decision about his future.
The midfielder will be allowed to speak to foreign clubs from January and that could be a reason why he is taking his time to make his decision about his future at Old Trafford.
Herrera was signed by Louis van Gaal for a reported fee of £29m in 2014 and has picked up the FA Cup and the Europa League during his time at Old Trafford.
The 28-year-old played 39 games for us last season and scored a couple of goals but it is his energy and running that makes him important to the United side.
Herrera is also a player that does a lot of the dirty work in the middle of the park but his position in the starting XI could come into question given the arrival of Fred.
There is also a big question mark over the future of Marouane Fellaini and with Michael Carrick also retiring from football, there is a chance for the Spaniard to mark his place in the starting XI next season.
Hopefully, we can keep Herrera and even tie him down to a new contract as he does provide a lot of energy to our team.