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PremierLeague-News.Com- Manchester United are set to be active in the summer transfer window and plenty of departures could be on the cards
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Manchester United's season is not over yet, with the Europa League final against Villarreal on the horizon, but some attention will have been placed upon the summer transfer window. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is on the hunt for additions to bolster his ranks next term as they look to close the gap on runaway Premier League champions Manchester City. Jadon Sancho, Erling Haaland and Raphael Varane are Old Trafford targets - but equally important are potential departures. United can raise considerable funds with player sales this summer and a number could move on. Here, we've identified 10 candidates within the squad. Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will auto-play soon8Cancel Play now David de Gea United's long-term number one has been dethroned this season, with Dean Henderson now established as Solskjaer's first-choice in the squad. David de Gea could still depart on a high, with the Spaniard set to be the man between the sticks for the Europa League final, but that could be the 30-year-old's last appearance in club colours. However, finding suitors may be difficult due to the mammoth £375k-a-week wages that the experienced stopper is on at United. Paul Pogba Few transfer windows go by without Paul Pogba being linked with an exit but, with an uncertain contract situation, this summer could be the biggest chance yet of the Frenchman leaving the club. Real Madrid are long-term suitors for the midfielder, while Juventus have long been touted with a move to bring him back to Turin and Paris Saint-Germain are candidates to move Pogba across the channel and back to his homeland. In the event of a transfer, Mino Raiola will be heavily involved and United may be relieved to reduce their ties with the super-agent. Read More Related Articles Five Manchester United players set to leave club Read More Related Articles Manchester United predicted to finish above Liverpool FC again next season despite defeat Tahith Chong The 21-year-old is currently on loan with Belgian outfit Club Brugge and a return to Old Trafford this summer may only be a fleeting visit. Chong is set to enter the final year of his contract with United this summer but the club have the option to extend his deal by a further 12 months if they wish. However, first-team opportunities at United look to be extremely difficult to come by and he may feel he has better chances of regular action elsewhere. Juan Mata Signed as David Moyes' second signing for United, Juan Mata has an illustrious career in the Premier League with a successful stint with Chelsea followed by almost 300 appearances for United. The 33-year-old sees his contract at the club expire at the end of June and, while there is an option to extend for a further year, it's likely Mata will depart. A return to Spain could be on the cards for the experienced midfielder, which would bring an end to a decade in English football. Juan Mata is out of contract at the end of the season (Image: Robbie Jay Barratt - AMA/Getty Images) Nemanja Matic Nemanja Matic has been utilised on numerous occasions by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer this season but the former Chelsea man has seen first-team opportunities decrease in recent years. At the age of 32, Matic finds Fred and Scott McTominay ahead of him in the pecking order, while young James Garner has earned rave reviews on loan with Nottingham Forest. The difficulty, however, could be finding a suitor for the Serbia international as his contract at United is due to run until 2023. Jesse Lingard Finding a new lease of life on loan with West Ham, Jesse Lingard's performances in east London will have pleased United as his price-tag will have increased.
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. Still at 28-years-old, Lingard has plenty to offer the right club and should provide United with a decent return if he is sold.
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Diogo Dalot Spending the season on loan with AC Milan, Diogo Dalot hasn't quite nailed down a starting berth in defence for the Serie A giants but has still been a useful asset in the squad. Dalot is said to be open to staying at the San Siro permanently and there isn't a spot for him at United, with Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Luke Shaw firmly established as the first choices in the full-back roles. As such, the loanee's return to United is only expected to be brief and the former Porto man will likely be on the move again. Andreas Pereira Another loanee who could leave permanently when his current loan deal expires, Andreas Pereira has also been in Italy this season - spending the campaign with Lazio. The 25-year-old has hinted at a desire for a transfer, having stated he's open to an extended stint in Rome, revealing his wish to play in South America and not closing the door on a move to Belgium. Pereira is certainly keeping his options open and could be persuaded to stay at United but a sale could benefit all parties.
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Sergio Romero The 34-year-old has had the writing on the wall at United for a while and will get the transfer he has been pushing for this summer. A reunion with Jose Mourinho at Roma has been rumoured for the Argentine, who has fallen down the pecking order since Dean Henderson returned from his spells with Sheffield United. Out of contract next month, United have the option for an additional year which is highly unlikely to be activated. Lee Grant Potentially the third goalkeeper to leave United this summer, Lee Grant has firmly been third-choice at United and has made just two appearances for the club since his arrival in 2018. The experienced stopper has done an important job behind the scenes, working with Henderson and De Gea, but his contract is due to expire. Burnley's Tom Heaton has been touted as a goalkeeper who could arrive this summer, showing that departures in this area are expected.