Manchester United trigger one-year extension clause in Timothy Fosu-Mensah’s contract

Fosu-Mensah signed a new contract with United until 2020 that October, with the deal including the option to extend it by a further year

Simon Peach
Thursday 09 April 2020 13:23
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Manchester United have triggered the one-year extension clause in Timothy Fosu-Mensah's contract.

The 22-year-old joined from Ajax in 2014 and progressed through the Old Trafford youth ranks, making his first-team debut against Arsenal in February 2016.

Fosu-Mensah signed a new contract with United until 2020 that October, with the deal including the option to extend it by a further year.

And it is understood the club have taken up that option, extending the defender's contract until the end of the 2020/21 season.

Fosu-Mensah has made 21 appearances for United in all competitions, but the last of those came in May 2017.

The Holland international had season-long loan spells at Crystal Palace and Fulham, with a knee injury preventing playing for United's first-team before the coronavirus saw the 2019/20 season suspended.

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