Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick says he could keep playing as long as his former teammate Ryan Giggs, who retired at age 40.
Carrick, 35, has spent 11 years with United and was already feted at a testimonial match last month at Old Trafford.
He signed a new one-year contract last month and told Sky Sports on Friday that he learned a lot about extending his career from teammates like Giggs, Paul Scholes and Gary Neville.
Asked if he had any set plans about retirement, Carrick said:...
Park Ji-sung may have hung up his boots but his work ethic remains, with the Manchester United fans' favourite now determined to take his first steps into the world of sports management.
The dynamic midfielder ingratiated himself to the Old Trafford faithful during seven successful years at the club, winning four Premier League titles, the Champions League and a Club World Cup.
Park left United in 2012 and, two years later, persistent knee problems forced him to retire at the age of 33, turning...