The fate of United in Europe is still uncertain. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's country faces the possibility of a major clash with Leicester City on the last day.
But the Red Devils will likely invest in their squad whether they return to the Champions League next season or not.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has a lot to do at the entrance and exit, and here you can find the latest information about possible movements in both directions, including clear agreements.Solskjaer can't see Rojo back this summer
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer told Marcos Rojo that he must "focus on preserving it and be ready to take it anywhere" after Estudiantes's defense spell ends.
Rojo is still in Argentina even though the temporary move is over, and the United manager does not expect to return to the first team.
At the moment I cannot see him returning here in the summer because we are in this bubble and we have this team until next summer," Solskjaer said.
Rojo hopes to win regular minutes on loan in the middle of the season before ending the end of the Argentine season.
The defender has only played ten games for United this season, most recently from the bench against Brighton in November.
After a slow blow and injury at Inter Milan, Alexis Sanchez showed the Italian team its value.
The Chilean scored his third goal of the season in a victory over SPAL on Thursday, and Inter are still in talks to extend his loan to return to the European League.
However, he can still join the club permanently.
"He is an important player," inter-CEO Beppe Marotta told DAZN
It's still too early to talk about the future. His rights belong to United. We will also respect his future with the coach and think that he is not our player and we must buy it.
Although he has only played 654 minutes this season, Sanchez's seven assists (in WhoScored) represent the sixth highest return of any Serie A player this season.
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The striker has a contract with United until 2022, but Old Trafford does not appear to have a future because he only scored three goals and six assists in 32 league games for the Premier League club.
Manchester United is reported to have won the race for Alvaro Fernandez Carreras, a junior left back who has passed the Real Madrid Academy.
The 17-year-old sent a farewell message to his team-mates and colleagues in Madrid on social media, and AS reported that Deportivo La Coruna's prospectus had previously decided to move to Old Trafford.
According to Spanish reports, Fernandez Carreras will sign a four-year contract with United, who initially will join the academy instead of directly being part of the first team.
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