Kezman says fellow Serb Vidic will stay at Old Trafford.
According to former Chelsea striker Mateja Kezman, Manchester United captain Nemanja Vidic will not be leaving the club this summer.
The defender’s contract expires at the end of the current season and as yet no new deal has been negotiated, leading to speculation that Vidic would depart Old Trafford.
Both AC Milan and Galatasaray have shown interest in the 32-year-old, but Kezman says that the Red Devils skipper does not want to leave.
“Nemanja Vidic is top and player and big friend of mine,” the ex-Blues star told talkSPORT.
“I spoke to him a few months ago and he said then that he was waiting to see what will happen with his contract.
“Man United need him in the dressing room, around the young players.
“He’s not unhappy. He’s been there for years and would like to stay for another season. He loves the club, the city, the fans, everybody.
“I’m sure he will do his best to stay at United if they offer him a contract.”
Vidic joined the Premier League champions in January 2006 for £6m and has since played 286 matches for United in all competitions and has won five league titles and the Champions League.
Yet the Serbian has struggled with injury problems for the past few years and new manager David Moyes may well be looking towards the future.
Vidic’s defensive partner Rio Ferdinand and Patrice Evra – who joined the club at the same time – are both expected to be released this summer.
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