Date of publication: Monday 29 April 2019 7:29
Gary Neville thinks that Manchester United must start protecting the value of its players by deciding to extend the "decision from a manager" contract.
Ander Herrera again showed his value on Sunday like Manchester United to draw 1-1 at home Chelsea, which comes first.
The Spanish contract expires in summer and the French champions Paris Saint-Germain they were strongly associated with him.
AND Neville He thinks United should decide much sooner whether they want to keep Herrera at the club or not.
“I think the situation with him[[[[Herrera]It is that he probably will not obey the club, he is a great professional in the last few years, ”said Neville during a match against Chelsea.
“But all the speculation about his trip to Paris by Saint-Germain.
"Manchester United has allowed his contract to escape. Maybe they should make a decision a little earlier if they wanted to.
"I think another thing with Manchester United is that if you change your manager every 18 months or two years, you can have one manager to admire him, and another manager who doesn't renew the contract.
"And then a new manager will come, but then it is too late and the gaming contract broke up.
“That's why you need a club plan to get out of the manager. To protect the player and the value to be protected. "