Manchester United’s Ashley Young has a series of Premier League sides fighting for his signature, with all of Aston Villa, Southampton and Sunderland keen on giving Young a route out of his Old Trafford nightmare, as reported by the Daily Express.
The wing wizard has been declared surplus to requirements under Louis van Gaal, who has no place for the former Villa man in his preferred formations.
Since the first three games of the new season, Young has not featured for Man Utd.
Even then, Young was used out of position at wing back, a defensive role that does not suit his game style.
With the 29 year old’s contract set to expire in 2016, the England international could secure a move in the near future for a cut price fee, with Man Utd likely not keen on losing him for free.
This benefits the clubs chasing him, who would almost certainly not be willing to pay the significant £15 million fee that Man Utd paid for him in 2011.