Southampton manager Ronald Koeman has urged star player Nathaniel Clyne to make up his mind on a possible exit from the club in the summer transfer window, CaughtOffside reports.
The England right-back, known to be a top target for Manchester United for next season, is seemingly considering his future at the St Mary’s Stadium as interest in him grows, with Koeman admitting there is a chance he will be on his way out of the club in the near future.
Speaking about the situation, the Dutch tactician simply stated that he wanted a decision to be made soon, with the former Feyenoord boss seemingly open to letting the 24-year-old leave.
Clyne’s fine form in the Premier League this season has helped the Saints to sixth place in the table with six games to go, but it looks like the South coast club face another summer of big-name player exits after the likes of Adam Lallana, Dejan Lovren and Luke Shaw left last year.
Southampton recovered well from those players quitting the club, though it is clear Koeman will have a big task on his hands again this season with Clyne the latest to be likely to move on to bigger things.