Manchester United play Crystal Palace on this evening fixtures, a last game of the season for the red devils and Premier League in general. There are few players expected to leave the club due to the expiry of their contracts.
These includes Cavani, Pogba, Jesse, Mata and Matic while the others like Bailly, Jones, Wan-Bissaka, Dalot, Telles, Fred, Dean and Rashford. Have Uncertainty over their future as they wait for Erik ten Hag's decision on the same.
Meanwhile as per Express, Erik ten Hag is anxious to conclude planning talks with Manchester United. He has set his sight on summer spending to improve his squad ahead of busy season.
Erik is believed to be desperate to concentrate on analysing the players which he thinks can fit into his system. As he plans on a move to modelling United's playing style on Ajax. Already there had been reports of his interest on Timber and Antony from his former club Ajax to join United.
So is Leeds United playmaker Philips and West Ham player and England international Declan Rice. In the attacking side there is a huge interest on Darwin Nunez from Benfica or Nkunku from RB Leipzig to partner with Cristiano Ronaldo ahead of next term
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