Nigerian striker, Mipo Odubeko, has rejected a two-year contract extension offer from Manchester United.
According to Daily Mail, the youngster refused to sign a new deal with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side after receiving interest from Bayern Munich, Newcastle United, Feyenoord, Genoa and Burnley.
The newspaper is reporting that Odubeko has made up his mind to leave the Red Devils in this summer’s transfer window in a bid to get more regular playing time.
Odubeko joined Man United from Premier League champions, Manchester City in 2016.
The teenager scored 35 goals for Man United’s youth teams last season.
He also scored a goal on his debut in the Man United’s U18 Premier League against Blackburn Rovers in February this year.