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Ashley Young set to be offered new Manchester United deal

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Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal has instructed the club's hierarchy to offer versatile wide-man Ashley Young a new deal with the club. 

As reported by Goal.com, the former Villa man, who earns a reported £120,000-a-week at Old Trafford, has enjoyed a fine season under the guidance of Louis van Gaal. 

New deal 

In fact, he's become a key man of late, and is now set to be rewarded with a new contract sooner rather than later. 

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His current contract is set to run out in 2016, and the same report has claimed that he wants to remain at the club and is even prepared to take a pay cut in order to remain a Manchester United player. 

It remains to be seen as to whether a deal will be agreed anytime soon, but it's one that certainly looks likely to be completed. 

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Well deserved

There's no doubt about it, Young deserves to be rewarded after proving his credentials under the Dutch regime. In truth, despite previous troubles at the club, he's been one of the standout players at the club throughout the course of the season. 

If he continues his current form then he may well prove a key member under Van Gaal for some time yet. He must, however, continue to prove himself on a consistent basis and not become complacent. 

Manchester United fans: Do you want Young to stay at your club for the long term? Have your say in the comments section below! 

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