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Bailly has now not featured in United's last three matches, playing second fiddle to Victor Lindelof Sky Sport News Eric Bailly fears Manchester United are offering him a new contract simply to guarantee a bigger transfer fee for him in the summer. The Ivory Coast international has 15 months left on his present contract and has grown increasingly frustrated at his lack of game time under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. However, despite playing in the Europa League first leg against AC Milan, the 26-year-old defender did not feature in United's away win in Italy last week - seemingly the last straw in convincing Bailly that his future may lie away from Old Trafford. Bailly has now not featured in United's last three matches. Over the weekend he told friends he believes he will never be a first-choice defender for Solskjaer and that the club only want him to sign a contract extension so he will be more valuable in this summer's transfer market. A friend of the defender has told Sky Sports News: "Eric loves the club and the fans, his family are settled in Manchester and he'd like nothing more than to spend the rest of his career at