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Man United ‘ready to sell’ quartet of players this summer, all four players have contracts that expire in 2025: report

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Man United could cash in on four first-teamers this summer.

Manchester United are yet to really kickstart their summer transfer window, during a campaign where the Red Devils could do with making a big splash or two, in order to help strengthen the playing squad.

It’s easier said than done, particularly due to the fact money is tight as the Old Trafford side looks to comply with Premier League Profit & Sustainability rules.

In order to bolster the transfer kitty, United could look to move on from some fringe players before they identify and sign their main targets.

Now, on the MEN’s Live Blog, journalist Samuel Luckhurst has offered an insight into what dressing room members could be up for grabs.

According to his information, United are ‘ready to sell’ a quartet of players this summer; Victor Lindelof, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Hannibal and Christian Eriksen. What’s interesting here is that all four have contracts that expire in 2025.

It feels as though United have no plans to offer new deals to these players, hence, the club are looking to move on now, in order to raise some extra transfer funds.

Check out the MEN’s post on the news via their transfer live blog here:

Lindelof dipped in and out of the side in the 2023/24 season, offering up some positive performances. However, the general feeling is that when everyone is fit, the Ice Man will not be starting games.

Wan-Bissaka is another fringe footballer. Diogo Dalot is the in-form right-back at the moment, though I would like to keep ‘The Spider’ around for his defensive qualities. On any given day, he can completely lock down his side of the field.

Eriksen is now getting older and he saw his minutes drastically reduce last term. No doubt that trend will continue here, so selling the Dane does make sense.

Hannibal never really fulfilled his potential. While time is certainly on his side, United cannot afford to wait around any longer. If a decent offer comes in for the Tunisia international, it makes sense to take it.

Do you think it’d be a mistake letting any of these guys go? Let us know your thoughts in the comment box below.

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