Reporter Duncan Castles has revealed his latest Manchester United transfer rumours in the Sunday Times.
Man United recently appointed manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has brought stability or could we say more uncertainty at Old Trafford?
The Red Devils still have plenty to play for in the final months of the season.
At the same time, the focus is slowly starting the shift towards Man United's strategy for the summer transfer market.
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It's reported that seven players in Manchester Utd's first team may leave the club before the start of the 2019-20 campaign.
The 7 Manchester United stars include Paul Pogba and David de Gea have been tempted by approaches from Champions League rivals as the club struggles to qualify for next season's competition.
— Sunday Times Sport (@ST_Sport) April 7, 2019
Pogba and De Gea are both linked with Real Madrid, while the goalie is also a supposed PSG and Juventus target.
Others considering their options are Romelu Lukaku, whom Solskjaer has often stationed on the bench.
On Friday, the Belgian's agent said that Lukaku's “Future is really very open”.
The fourth player heading for the exit door is Ander Herrera.
Juan Mata is another player set to be a free agent in the summer.
Also, United's most expensive defensive signing Eric Bailly is dissatisfied with his playing time under Solskjaer, while Alexis Sanchez is understood to regret his January 2018 decision to move to Old Trafford rather than Manchester City.
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