Ashley Young
Manchester United winger Ashley Young will be allowed to leave if an interested club submits a suitable offer Getty

Manchester United are reportedly willing to let Ashley Young leave the club this summer if they receive a suitable offer despite the winger establishing himself as a regular under Louis van Gaal last season.

According to the Manchester Evening News, Tottenham and Aston Villa are supposedly interested in signing the England international, who is on the final-year of his contract with the club.

The Red Devils are yet to offer Young a new contract, however the player has reiterated his desire to remain at the club beyond his current contract, but is unsure of when a deal can be finalised.

"I'm at one of the biggest clubs in the world so I want to stay here as long as possible. That's exactly what I want to do. It's in the club's hands now so I will have to see how it goes," Young said, as quoted by the Manchester Evening News.

"I want to go out and play and at the moment I am on tour so I am trying to enjoy myself."

"I hope we can sort things out. There have been preliminary talks so I am just looking to go out on the pitch and leave my agent to take care of that."

The 30-year-old winger, who was expected to be surplus to requirements last summer following the arrival of British-record signing Angel Di Maria, but surprised everyone with some top quality performances, which saw him relegate the Argentine to the bench by the end of the campaign.

It is believed that with youngsters Adnan Januzaj, Andreas Pereira and Memphis Depay providing cover on the left wing, the Dutch manager is willing to let Young leave the club, but only if interested clubs submit a suitable offer.

However, according to talkSPORT, Young is set to snub offers from United's Premier League rivals by signing a new contract with the 20-times English champions.

The report claims that the England international winger's representatives are in talks with the club and are close to finalising a new deal for their client.