Man Utd set for biggest ‘exodus’ in first team history this summer

Man Utd are set for a major overhaul. The club is planning a massive ‘exodus’ this summer.

The Sun, a British media outlet, reported on July 27 (ET) that “Manchester United is planning a major overhaul this summer to save wages.

Change is inevitable at United under manager Eric ten Haag. British billionaire James Ratcliffe has become the club’s new co-owner. He has vowed to catch up with the likes of Man City and Liverpool within three years.

‘Among the first-team regulars, Raphael Varane is out of contract,’ says The Sun. He and Casemiro could move to the Saudi Arabian league. If they leave, 토토사이트 United will save a whopping £690,000 a week. Tom Heaton and Anthony Martial are also nearing the end of their contracts.

The latter is on £250,000 a week.

‘Sophien Amrabat will leave the club at the end of his loan spell this summer,’ the outlet added. Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Victor Lindelof and Facundo Pelistri all have less than 18 months left on their contracts. This summer could be their last chance to cash in,” he added.

There will also be a move for players currently on loan. ‘Ratcliffe has raised concerns about the financial fair play (FFP) of high-profile players such as Jadon Sancho and Donny van de Beek,’ says The Sun. Hannibal Mebry and Alvaro Fernandez are other players who could leave on loan. Mason Greenwood, who has been playing for Getafe (Spain) this season, could also be on the chopping block. Greenwood is reportedly the subject of interest from FC Barcelona for £30 million.

‘If United were to sell all 14, it would be the biggest exodus from the first team in history and would also save £1.9 million a week in wages. 파워볼실시간 This could be used to bring in new players.

Meanwhile, Ratcliffe previously said: “FFP is a really important part of running a football club. We need to make sure we know the extent of it in the summer.”

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