Manchester United captain Harry Maguire will reportedly meet with new Red Devils boss Erik ten Hag 'in the coming days' to discuss his position at Old Trafford.
The 29-year-old made 37 appearances at club level during the 2021-22 campaign, scoring twice, but his form throughout the season was widely criticised.
Maguire also only started one of Man United's last final five Premier League matches of the season, although he was absent for the clashes against Chelsea and Brentford due to a knee problem.
The Red Devils are planning to sign at least one new central defender this summer, leading to suggestions that Maguire could be moved on in the upcoming market.
However, the club captain still has more than three years left to run on his contract, with the option of a further 12 months, and he was a huge investment for the club back in August 2019, costing £80m from Leicester City.
Speaking during his first press conference earlier this week, Ten Hag revealed that he was looking forward to working with the England international next season.
"I have to repeat that next season is a different season but I think he did a great job. He's a great player, he's achieved already a lot really also [with his] contribution to Manchester United. So I'm looking forward to working with him," said the Dutchman on Monday.
Romano claims that the central defender, who has been linked with a switch to Barcelona, wants 'to understand the club's plans' and where he fits in under the new head coach.
The 20-time English champions are also planning to sign a new central midfielder and a centre-forward, although they will not be able to offer Champions League football to proposed new signings next season, with the club set to feature in the group stage of the Europa League.