Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho said he hopes to see Michael Carrick sign a contract extension in the near future.
Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick has appeared to be vitally important and an unnecessary indulgence simultaneously for Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho this season.
Michael Carrick was the star of the show in his first appearance in the Mourinho era as United saw off League One team Northampton Town.
Juventus has given Paul Pogba permission to have a medical exam ahead of his protracted move to Old Trafford.
On Thursday, Manchester United confirmed what was already known across the league: Michael Carrick was coming back.
Manchester United's in-house television station, MUTV, has reported that Michael Carrick has signed a one year contract to stay at Old Trafford.
Manchester United are rumored to be interested in bringing Michael Carrick back for another year at Old Trafford.
Down 1-0, Michael Carrick misplayed a clearance that led to Liverpool's second goal as the Reds moved out to a commanding 2-0 lead in the first leg of their Europa League tie.
Michael Carrick continues to be a fragile presence for Manchester United as he will miss another match with a knee injury in Week 23.
Michael Carrick looks set for an extended period on the side-lines after the 34-year-old was stretchered off during the closing moments of Fridays’ international friendly defeat to Spain.
Michael Carrick has recovered from the minor issues that caused him to miss England's qualifiers over the last week and he will be fit for the trip to Everton.
Louis Van Gaal will once again have all three of his holding midfielders available as Michael Carrick has returned to fitness after missing out against Wolfsburg.
Louis van Gaal confirmed his side came through Wednesday nights’ Champions League encounter with Wolfsburg relatively unscathed. United travel to The Emirates on Sunday with no fresh injury concerns and will be further boosted by the availability of Michael Carrick.