Manchester united Could Sell 6 Players in Summer Transfer Window
By Tinowatt90 | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 4209 views
Manchester united would have a very busy in the transfer market this summer. They would need to raise funds in other to strengthen their squad, for them to achieve this, they would need to sell Some of their players in other to offset wage bills.
Some of these players have not featured for manchester united, while some of them are on Loan. These players includes manchester united academy priduct, Jesse Lingard who scored just one goal in Premier league in a year. He have been limited to making appearances in FA cup and EFL cup.
Phil Jones would likely be on Manchester united sell list as the central defender have fallen down the pecking order, with Victor Lindelof, Harry Maguire and Eric Bailly all preferred ahead of him.
Diogo Dalot might seek to leave as he is currently not getting enough playing time. Wan Bisakka have been preferred over him and would likely seek departure this summer. Alexis Sanchez is currently on loan at Inter milan. He earns the highest wage at Manchester united and would be sold at the right price. chris smalling and Marcos Rojo are currently on Loan and they could be sold this summer.
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