Manchester United has all the ballots in order to become one of the great protagonists of the next transfer market. Currently second in the ranking of the Premier League despite being at a sidereal distance from the leader Manchester City, the Old Trafford She plans to undergo a more than thorough facelift next summer.
Several are the proper names that have appeared on the scene in the form of possible incorporations. However, at the moment none of the options has finished materializing. Special mention deserves the chapter of departures, where up to eleven players have their future in doubt, according to what is published in the information published by the well-known English tabloid The Mirror.
This list begins with the goalkeeper David de Gea, who already has three games as Dean Henderson’s substitute and who is looking for a destination in order to avoid his millionaire salary. They also see their future with doubts Diogo Dalot and Andreas Pereira, footballers who this season are on loan to AC Milan and Lazio, and do not count for the next project. Also on loan, and with few options to return, is Tahith Chong, who started the season at Werder Bremen and is now at Bruges.
Another player who focuses attention is an Eric Bailly who has been repeatedly accompanied by physical problems, like Phil Jones (his last game is more than a year ago). Meanwhile, 20-year-old talented Brandon Williams can close a goodbye with a loan that allows him to add minutes.
The last four proper names are especially significant. The first is midfielder Paul Pogba, whose contract runs until 2022 and of whom Mino Raiola has already said that the best option is for him to leave in search of a new challenge. The second, Juan Mata, who despite having only added 12 games could be automatically renewed by those of Old Trafford.
With an Edinson Cavani who arrived last summer with the letter of freedom and now values a future in Argentina when his contract ends on June 30, the last footballer to follow is Jesse Lingard, on loan at West Ham. His brilliant performance to date (6 goals in 8 games) could translate into a good sum for the Mancunian coffers in the event of a definitive sale.