Manchester United defender Phil Jones is supposedly on the radar of no fewer than 13 clubs as his Red Devils career appears to be drawing to a close.
The 29-year-old has made three appearances for the Under-23s this season after overcoming a serious knee injury but has not appeared for the first team since January 2020.
With Jones’s deal due to expire in 2023, he is being tipped to complete a permanent move elsewhere next year, and he will reportedly not be short of suitors despite his injury woes.
According to The Sun, as many 13 clubs have touched base with United to register their interest in Jones, with Watford and Newcastle United among them.
The report adds that numerous Championship outfits are also keen to strike a loan deal for the centre-back, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will not make a decision until the hectic winter schedule is done and dusted.
Jones has won the Premier League, EFL Cup, FA Cup and Europa League during his time with the Red Devils, scoring six goals in 224 appearances for the club.