Timothy Fosu-Mensah has rejected a new contract offer from Manchester United. Currently, he is weighing options due to interest from other EPL clubs, with Marseille, Monaco, and Hertha Berlin keeping tabs on the player.
The player’s current Manchester United contract expires in barely six months, and the club has offered him a 4-year contract that would see him stay at Old Trafford until at least 2024. With only less than six months on his contract, the player is free to talk to other clubs once the transfer window opens in January.
Fosu-Mensah can play at full back and center back, positions that Manchester United are considering to strengthen during the January transfer window. During Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s era, Fosu-Mensah has found limited game time. One of the main reasons has been his long lay-off due to injury. He also has to fight for a place with other fullbacks and center backs.
The player has made only a single EPL appearance, which came on the opening day of the campaign, with Manchester United losing to Crystal Palace. He has also come off the bench twice in the UEFA Champions League against Istanbul Basaksehir and RB Leipzig. He is a product of United’s academy and has made a total of 30 appearances for the first team. It remains to be seen if both parties will eventually agree on the player’s contract extension.