22 October, 2017
United are keen for the player to stay but are mindful that foreign clubs would be free to talk to the Spain global from January. His representatives have been in talks with the club since November 2016 without reaching an agreement.
Herrera, a £28.8 million signing from Athletic Bilbao in 2014, is eager to remain at the club and United want to secure the long-term future of the Spain midfielder.
United made a similar move to tie Marouane Fellaini to the club for another 12 months in January.
The Spain worldwide was crowned United's Player of the Year in Jose Mourinho's first season in charge.
Although Herrera was United's Player of the Year last season, his opportunities have been limited by the arrival of Nemanja Matic.
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Although United have had a dominant start to the season, Pogba has been missed on the field in their last two matches.
He said: "We have been solid, not only in the Champions League, but during the whole season". It's another clean sheet and we conceded nearly no chances which is not easy when you come to Portugal.
"Hopefully some of them [can return at Huddersfield] but I don't know".
Fellaini's situation, however, remains firmly in the balance, but you sense Mourinho will not allow the club to reach a deadlock in negotiations with a player he deems too important to lose.