Having turned 35 earlier this month, it seems apt that Ferdinand is considering his future beyond this season. Indeed, he seems to be following in the footsteps of teammate Ryan Giggs, who only ever looks one year ahead when pondering a contract extension. Quoted on the Metro, the former England captain admitted that he was unsure of what his plans were beyond this season. “I don’t know what will happen,” he said. “I’ve got to get through this season first. I hope I finish this one. Last season I said the same thing. I won’t look any further than the end of the season and then re-evaluate it around that time.” Indeed, the player has been out of the starting eleven in recent league games, with either Jonny Evans or Phil Jones partnering Nemanja Vidic in central defence. However, off the field, the player is benefiting from burgeoning business success, as well as involvement with the recently launched BT Sport TV channels.
Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand unsure of career beyond this season
Give Me Sport | Nov 23