Ferdinand wants to finish career at United
England captain Rio Ferdinand wants to remain with Manchester United for the rest of his career.
Ferdinand, who joined United from Leeds in the summer of 2002 for £30 million and has already made 325 appearances for the club, has no desire to play for another club before he hangs up his boots.
The 31-year-old told Inside United magazine: "I want to retire at United. It would be great to do what Ryan Giggs, Gary Neville and Paul Scholes have done and stick with one club for a long time. "Finishing my career at United would be a dream come true and those guys are such inspirations.
"They are all synonymous with Manchester United and I want to achieve that as well."