Manchester United is one of the clubs expected to build up in the 2022 Summer transfer window. To build up they will have to offload some of their players in order to sign new players. These are the 8 players available for sale in the 2022 summer transfer window.
1. Paul Pogba - The French midfielder will be leaving Manchester United as a free agent. This means that the club interested in him will sign him for free. Juventus is among the clubs interested in signing him. His market value is £49.5 Million.
2. Marcus Rashford - His performance in the 2021/2022 season has gone down since he came from the surgery. His market value is £63 Million.
3. Anthony Martial - The French forward is currently on loan to Sevilla. His market value is £25.5 Million.
4. Aaron Wan- Bissaka - Crystal Palace is one of the clubs that have shown interest in signing the English right back. His market value is £27 Million.
5. Alex Telles
6. Jesse Lingard
7. Eric Bailly
8. Phil Jones
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