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Six players Man Utd could offload to fund new arrivals this summer

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MANCHESTER UNITED desperately need to offload players in order to secure their top targets this summer. The Red Devils have already parted ways with David De Gea, Anthony Elanga and Alex Telles permanently this summer. 2David De Gea departed the club after 12 years – and more will followCredit: Reuters But the big-money signings of Mason Mount and Andre Onana have left United with just £13million of their £120million summer budget. In order for Man United to comply with FFP rules and secure their top targets they will have to see out several players. Time is not on their side with just under a month left until the transfer window closes. Here we run through six players Manchester United could sell to raise funds. Eric Bailly looks certain to leave United this summer after a failed loan spell in Marseille. Bailly returned to Manchester this summer but was left out of Erik Ten Hag’s pre-season squad. His time in England seems to be coming to an end with links to Al Nassr intensifying. Another who’s future is up in the air is Dean Henderson who spent last season at Nottingham Forest on loan. Most read in Football He was reportedly on his way back to Nottingham this season but talks have gone quiet as Forest target a new keeper. Arsenal have reportedly agreed terms with Brentford number one David Raya – while their number two Matt Turner is being linked to Forest which could affect Henderson’s move. DREAM TEAM IS LIVE – JOIN NOW TO BATTLE FOR THE £50k TOP PRIZE United would need to make room in their midfield if they want to sign their top target Sofyan Amrabat. Fred has been linked to Fulham and a few European clubs have shown interest but Galatasary looks the most likely destination. With a year left on his contract United will be hoping to cash in on the Brazilian midfielder to help fund new arrivals. Scott McTominay is another midfielder who could be shown the door before the end of this window. West Ham have shown interest in the Scotland international as they continue their pursuit to find a Declan Rice replacement. United have set their asking price at £40m for McTominay – he will bring in the most money compared to Fred and Donny van de Beek. 2Fred and Scott McTominay could make wayCredit: The Sun Brandon Williams and Donny van de Beek are unlikely to feature in Ten Hag’s plans this season. Williams made a five minute cameo in his one appearance for United last season – against Burnley in their fourth-round Carabao Cup tie. Van de Beek is another midfielder not getting regular game time and would benefit from a move away. According to Fabrizio Romano Real Sociedad are the only club to approach United for the Dutch international. The need to offload players is intensifying with a £75m deal for Atalanta forward Rasmus Holjand nearly over the line – the 20-year old will reportedly complete his medical today.

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