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The clear out Erik Ten Hag plans for Manchester United this transfer window

By Harry Smith

The clear out Erik Ten Hag plans for Manchester United this transfer window

Several players are at risk of being transferred or loaned out

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Erik Ten Hag has officially been Manchester United manager for over a month now, as he was appointed on July 1st and every single United supporter was expecting a revolution in the squad. However, this has not happened yet, as there have only been three signings for the upcoming season: Tyrell Malacia, Christian Eriksen and Lisandro Martínez.

Some players have already left, such as Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard, Andreas Pereira and Nemanja Matić; but there are still a lot of players who should leave the club as they are not good enough to represent one of the biggest clubs in the world like Manchester United. That’s why Ten Hag will try to sell some dead weed.

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ESPN journalist, Rob Dawson has said that Axel Tuanzebe, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Phil Jones and Brandon Williams are available for transfer this summer; regardless of whether is on loan with obligation to buy or permanent deals. The point is, the new coach doesn’t count with any of these players and will look for alternatives in the market once they are gone.

Dawson also confirms that either Sevilla and Roma have approached with interest over Eric Bailly, who may also be on his way out as he is the fifth-choice center-back after the likes of Harry Maguire, Raphaël Varane, Victor Lindelöf and the new signing, Lisandro Martínez. All of them will more likely start over him.

The clear out has already started at Manchester United

In the upcoming days, we might see some of the mentioned players leave, so the club can make bank and look for better options in the market. However, the first player out will be Alex Telles after Manchester United and Sevilla reached an agreement over the ledft-back for a loan deal, until June 2023.

 


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