Man United are planning a mass exodus, with a lucrative transfer plan available for the new manager.

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Man United are planning a mass exodus and have a lucrative transfer plan available for the new manager.

THIS MONTH, THERE MAY BE CHANGES AT OLD TRAFFORD.

Manchester United is said to be planning a mass exodus this summer in order to fund a lucrative transfer plan.

A number of disgruntled Red Devils players could be released in the near future.

As the Old Trafford board looks to trim the squad for the next manager, a number of players could be released in January and the summer.

Interim manager Ralf Rangnick has been linked with replacements such as Erik ten Hag and Mauricio Pochettino.

According to the MEN, United’s hierarchy is planning to offload a number of players to free up funds and squad space for the new manager to inject their own flair into the team.

Jesse Lingard, Edinson Cavani, and Juan Mata are all expected to leave for free after Paul Pogba’s contract expires in six months.

Meanwhile, Anthony Martial is rumored to be looking for a way out this month after Sevilla turned down a loan offer.

Given David de Gea’s excellent form in goal, Dean Henderson could be cashing in, while Eric Bailly has struggled to find game time.

It’s a similar story for Donny van de Beek, who has been forced to sit out despite his teammates’ poor performances.

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Rangnick was candid about players’ dissatisfaction with United and the possibility of offloading them.

Rangnick admitted that he hasn’t spoken to Pogba in recent weeks as his contract nears its end.

“Players must want to remain and play for the club,” the German said.

“For a big club like Manchester United, I don’t think it makes sense to try to persuade a player to change his mind, even in the long run.”

“I don’t think anyone in the club should try to persuade the player to do it because this is such a massive club with such fantastic support.”

“News from the Brinkwire.”

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