Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard, Edison Cavani, Juana Mata and Nemanja Matic are players who have already parted ways with the Old Trafford side this transfer session. And here is the list of other three players Ten Hag could release from his squad before the new season kick-off.
1. Tahith Chong
The Manchester United wonder kid is considered to be a future talent at Old Trafford and Erik Ten Hag will be forced to send him on loan for him to have more playing time in the coming season. Fayernoord is leading the race to sign the Dutch from United.
The Uruguayan has shown the world the talent he is and Erik Ten Hag sees him as a future talent and has opened ways for him to move out of the club on loan so that he can have more playing time else where next season.
3. Amad Diallo
The Ivorian is also in the future of the Old Trafford club and Erik Ten Hag wants him to be more exposed which has forced the manager to allow him move out on loan basis this summer.
Ours now is to wait and see what happens in the coming few days as we also wait for big announcement at Old Trafford as far as transfer window is concerned.
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