Kenyon: No Veron decision yet
By Patrick Goss
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Veron has been scintillating for The Red Devils, despite the interest of Chelsea, and manager Sir Alex Ferguson is keen to keep hold of the midfielder.
However chief executive Kenyon admitted that any decision on Chelsea's bid will not be made until the middle of next week.
"We have had a Chelsea offer now and at this stage it's not been accepted," said Kenyon.
"It will be under review. It'll be the middle of next week when we'll decided what we need to do.
"It appears they have reached agreement on personal terms with Veron's people but he's our player and we'll decide what's best for the club."
Kenyon also hinted that the absence of David Beckham from the squad, after his sale to Real Madrid, had made it easier for the other players.
"The one thing David's departure has done is to take an awful lot of heat away from the rest of the squad.
"From that point of view, it's been much more relaxed for everyone."