Manchester United's incoming manager Erik ten Hag may start his work earlier than expected. This is due to the fact that there are reports from Sunsport. That his going to be present at the last game of the season for red's at Palace tomorrow.
However the likes of Cavani, Pogba, Jesse, Mata and Matic are all out of contract and will be leaving the club this June. But the Daily Mail publication has clarified that Manchester United may end up losing up to ten players this summer.
Especially as new boss is expected to perform a squad overhaul in which there will be new players to join this summer. Lee Grant is another player who will be departing Old Trafford due to his expiry of contract.
While United defence has conceded 56 Premier League goals in this season. And out of those Victor has played 27 times and a massive 46 goals conceded during his time at the backline. This will surely put his position in great danger going forward.
With the return of Brando Williams from on-loan to Norwich City that puts Alex Telles position in dare doubts. Especially with the England international Luke Shaw the most 'preferred' choice to try and claim that position.
Dalot has shown signs of great improvement after coming from AC Milan on-loan in last campaign. This leads to Wan-Bissaka in the exit door especially with Williams able to play on either back positions as a backup for the manager.
Five goals in 32 appearances for Marcus Rashford is not good enough for a player who is highly regarded at Old Trafford. This is a big decision for Erik ten Hag especially with Rashford on a 15 game goal drought this season. There could be more with a list of Bailly, Jones and Greenwood having less playing time in this season.
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