Manchester United full-back Ezekiel Fryers has been urged to sign a new deal with the club or be threatened with never playing for the club again, according to The Sun.

Fryers, along with midfielder Paul Pogba, is out of contract in the summer but is set to agree an extension.

The club have now issued an ultimatum, forcing the duo to sign or risk jeopardising their immediate future at the club.

Fryers has played for United six times this season, including in the Premier League wins over Wolverhampton Wanderers and Wigan Athletic.

The 19-year-old had early made his first professional appearance against Leeds United in the Carling Cup in September.

Ravel Morrison's refusal to pen a new deal ended with him joining West Ham United in the January transfer window, and the pair could go the same way should they fail to agree terms.

French youth international Pogba has already been linked with a move to Chelsea and Manchester City, since his move from Le Harve in 2009.

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