Nemanja Vidic could leave Manchester United for nothing in the summer, with the captain's agent ruling out a contract extension at the end of the season. The defender has only six months remaining on his current deal, and although United plan to enter discussions over extending his stay at Old Trafford, the Serbian is keeping his options open. If he does leave it would be yet another blow to the manager David Moyes, who will spend the summer trying to convince Wayne Rooney to sign a new deal having entered the final 18 months of his own contract. "Vidic, given his contract situation, has several teams looking at him," his agent Silvano Martina told Radio Crc in Napoli. "Vidic is a very good player and will have no trouble finding a new club. For the time being we are remaining calm. However, at the moment, I would rule out an extension with Manchester United." United do not hold an option on the four-year deal Vidic signed in August 2010, unlike that inserted in to Rio Ferdinand's own 12-month terms and which is yet to be triggered. Yet the club are relaxed about the situation regarding the 32-year-old.
Nemanja Vidic contract extension at Manchester United 'ruled out'
The Guardian | Jan 8