EPL: Man Utd’s squad ‘up for sale’ except three players


Manchester United are willing to sell the majority of their squad this summer, with just three players off limits, according to the UK Telegraph.

The club’s new hierarchy will be led by co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe and incoming CEO Omar Berrada from the 2024/2025 campaign.

And they are prepared to be ruthless with potential sales at the end of the season.

This is in part due to United being restricted by the Premier League’s spending rules.

United have missed out on Champions League football next season in a significant blow to INEOS’ plans and the futures of many of their players, as well as embattled manager Erik ten Hag, currently remain uncertain.

It is now believed that agents and recruitment figures at rival clubs believe United’s regime are open-minded about sales and will weigh up most bids

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