A total of 15 players could leave Manchester United this summer, following the departures of six as free agents.
That means nine more players could leave this summer, thus bringing in additional cash to fund more incomings.
Here’s a look at those who could depart Old Trafford before the window ends –
The right-back reportedly does not have a future under Erik ten Hag and has been transfer-listed by United.
After a failed loan spell at Sevilla, Martial is not expected to be part of Ten Hag’s plans next season. United want to sell him but are unable to find proper suitors.
Chong only has a year left on his deal and spent last season on loan at Birmingham City. He could be loaned out again but it makes more sense to sell him instead.
Like many others on this list, Tuanzebe too failed to make an impact during his loan with Napoli. As per multiple top reporters, he will be sold this summer.
Bailly has fallen too far behind in the pecking order to fight his way back into the starting XI. He made just seven appearances last season, however, making it tough to find suitors.
Jones will see his contract expire in the summer of 2023. The club hold the option to extend it till 2024 but does it make sense to keep him around?
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The midfielder himself is not keen on returning to United as he’d much rather stay at Flamengo. Fulham are also interested in signing him for €10 million up front with €3 million as add-ons.
The arrival of Tyrell Malacia is expected to usher Telles towards the exit door after an underwhelming 2021/22, where he failed to establish himself in Luke Shaw’s absence.
And finally, another player whose future could be impacted by Malacia’s arrival is Williams. It’s unclear if United will send him out on loan or sell him permanently but he can forget about being a regular starter if he stays.