As many as nine Manchester United players could leave this summer, as reported by 'The Telegraph'. They are Jesse Lingard, Brandon Williams, Diogo Dalot, Alex Telles, Phil Jones, Andreas Pereira, Daniel James, Anthony Martial and De Gea.
The English club are not ruling out the departure of Dean Henderson if an interesting offer comes in, as Solskjaer has four goalkeepers on his squad, but at the moment the one who looks set to leave is De Gea.
Lingard is the one who has the most market value after his good performance at West Ham. The others will be looking for a team in order to have a greater role outside Old Trafford. United need to cash in.
The investments for Sancho and Varane, which will not yet be closed but will be done soon, exceed the 120 million euros that the board, the Glazer family, put on the table at the beginning of the summer to close the incorporations.
Another avenue through which more money could come in is the departure of Pogba, who is sounding the alarm for PSG, although there is still no agreement or possible outcome in the near future. Solskjaer does not want him to leave unless absolutely necessary.
In addition, the aim of the sporting management is to make three new signings and, in this sense, Kounde, Camavinga and Trippier have been mentioned, but the first two would force United to make a huge financial effort. The roadmap has been drawn up, now it needs to be implemented.
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