Manchester United are ready to make a last ditch attempt to keep Nemanja Vidic at Old Trafford, by offering their captain a 12-month extension on his current contract, according to the Daily Mirror.
Vidic is out of contract in the summer, and has been attracting interest from the likes of Monaco and Galatasaray who are desperate to sign him on a free transfer in the summer.
Moyes does not want to lose Vidic, with Rio Ferdinand and Patrice Evra also set to depart in the summer on frees, and has told the clubs hierarchy to do all they can to keep him.
The United boss is keen to offer the experienced centre back a 12-month extension to his current £90k a week contract.
Moyes is planning a radical overhaul in the summer, and believes the Serbian’s experience will prove invaluable.
However, he could be set for disappointment, after Vidic’s agent Silvano Martina claimed last week that his client would not be signing a new contract.
The 32-year-old is much sought after by a host of top European sides, including Italian giants Juventus, Roma and Napoli.
Fixer Muzzy Ozcan has been tasked with convincing Vidic to join Galatasaray on a lucrative contract, with the Turkish giants reportedly ready to offer the United captain a £150,000 a week contract.