Manchester United are ready to sell some key first team players this summer by making them available for transfer, MySportDab reports.
Anthony Martial and Donny van de Beek are both at risk of being sold by Manchester United if the club receives a realistic offer for the players.
Some clubs have already made enquiries for the likes of Martial and Van de Beek, despite their poor performance last season.
According to ESPN, Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is okay with certain players leaving this summer should a realistic offer be submitted to Manchester United.
Both midfielder Van De Beek and striker Martial are the most notable faces likely to leave Manchester United this summer.
Van de Beek has struggled at Old Trafford after joining from Ajax, but the Holland international is determined to stay and fight for a spot in the Starting XI.
Last season, Van De Beek started only four Premier League Matches for Manchester United.
The 24-year-old now has an uncertain future at Manchester United and is currently on holiday after missing out on the Netherlands Euro 2020 Squad due to injury.
However, For Anthony Martial, he has not played for Manchester United since March due to injury.
Martial has now fallen behind Edinson Cavani in the pecking order in attack for Manchester United.
Last season, Anthony Martial played 36 matches, scored only seven goals and provided nine assists.
Other players likely to leave are Andreas Pereira and Diogo Dalot.
Both were on loan to Serie A clubs last year, with Lazio and AC Milan, and United don’t want to loan them out again.
Lastly, Manchester United are yet to make a final decision about the future of Jesse Lingard at the club.
Lingard showed his quality again during his loan spell last season at West Ham United, scoring nine goals.
Manchester United have not done anything much this summer so far in terms of transfer, but are still working on signing Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund.
More to follow…