Manchester United has chosen Ralf Rangnick as manager, and he will take charge for the first time against Crystal Palace on Sunday. Timo Werner is a major fan of Ralf Rangnick. Rangnick and the Chelsea striker have an excellent friendship thanks to their time at RB Leipzig together. If Chelsea decides to sell Timo Werner, the incoming Manchester United manager might sign him in the next summer transfer window.
List of 4 players Manchester United could sell to finance Timo Werner's move.
Lingard has had insufficient playing time at Manchester United this season. If Lingard decides to leave Manchester United when his current contract expires in 2022, the club will earn more than £30 million. Lingard's favorite destination is West Ham United. Jesse Lingard will be better off at the London club.
Edison Cavani's situation at Manchester United has deteriorated since signing a new one-year contract. So far this season, he has appeared in a few Manchester United games. Manchester United will almost certainly profit from a deal that allows Cavani to go in January.
3. Anthony Martial
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Anthony Martial is another player who Manchester United could transfer to fund Timo Werner's move to the club. Manchester United's time with Martial is undoubtedly coming to an end. This season, the French striker has struggled to establish himself at Manchester United. The club might raise more than £20 million from the sale of Anthony Martial in order to sign a new striker.
4. Paul Pogba
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Pogba is one of the players that could be on his way out of Manchester United in the near future. Depending on the next coach, the French midfielder might move in January or next summer. Manchester United might earn more than £40 million from the sale of Paul Pogba in order to fund Timo Werner's move to the club.
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