Ander Herrera is still in the dark about whether he has a long-term Old Trafford future.
Manchester United’s Spanish midfielder is out of contract next year and has so far been kept in the dark about an extension.
Herrera is keen to stay at the club and his advisers have tried to get United to sit down and reveal their plans over the summer.
Yet the club’s top brass have still to make a decision, as he is on around £120,000-per-week and they may yet try and cash in on a player who they value at £30million.
Meanwhile, United may be in the early stages of their pre-season tour, but they are already looking ahead to NEXT summer.
And that could see them returning to China to play a series of big-money Far East friendlies.
Jose Mourinho wasn’t impressed when they went there two years ago, complaining about the state of some of the pitches.
A Beijing derby with City was called off just hours before kick off due to thunderstorms, and Mourinho also said the humidity was an issue.
Yet United bosses also know they have a massive fanbase and their Far East commercial partners want them to consider a return next year.
United flew out to Los Angeles this week and will take place in the lucrative International Champions Cup.