The England international has lifted five Premier League titles and the 2008 Champions League title during his 416 appearances for the Red Devils and currently serves as Wayne Rooney’s vice-captain.
But with his contract yet to be renewed beyond the end of the season, the veteran playmaker’s ten-year Old Trafford career looks set to come to an end during the summer transfer window.
According to reports from February, Premier League rivals Arsenal and now-relegated outfit Newcastle United are interested in signing the 34-year-old on a free transfer.
But FourFourTwo claim Perth Glory have offered Carrick an alternative destination for his twilight years – the Australian A-League.
Captain Richard Garcia played with the defensive midfielder during his West Ham days and reportedly proposed the move as a change in lifestyle for Carrick.
Furthermore, Football Federation Australia have already given the potential transfer their approval or a subsidy under the new marquee acquisition scheme.