Manchester United duo Ryan Giggs and Rio Ferdinand will wait until the summer to discuss their futures, according to The Telegraph.
The duo are both out of contact at the Theatre of Dreams at the end of the season, however they now seem likely to wait before deciding whether to stay on at the club.
Both players are in the twilight years of their careers, however they are still seen as crucial members of David Moyes' squad.
Ryan Giggs celebrated his 40th birthday last week, but continues to star at Old Trafford and Rio Ferdinand has also featured in a number of games for the Red Devils this season.
Giggs and Ferdinand could be in contention to play for the Red Devils as they host Everton at Old Trafford tomorrow night.
Moyes will welcome his former club to Manchester and is in desperate need of all three points. United currently sit in eighth place in the Premier League and are nine points off the pace at the top of the table.
Manchester United have gone 12 games unbeaten in all competitions and will now be hoping to climb the Premier League table.
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