The three Manchester United players who are due to leave for free in 2022.
The futures of three Manchester United players are still up in the air after the transfer market closed.
The contracts of three Manchester United players are coming to an end this year. And boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is facing the possibility of all three players departing for free in 2022.
Jesse Lingard, a United youth product, shone on loan at West Ham United last season, but with a year left on his contract at Old Trafford, he did not make the transfer permanent this summer.
Lingard reflected on his time in east London, saying, “I couldn’t have asked for a better loan.” “I’ll always be a West Ham fan.”
Lingard could join the Hammers for free next summer, but in the meanwhile, Solskjaer expects him to play a significant role for the club.
He stated, “He has remade himself and returned to the man that we know.” “With his talent, he will play a significant role.”
Edinson Cavani, a Uruguayan international, has agreed to extend his contract with Manchester United for another year.
Cavani has been forced down the pecking order by Cristiano Ronaldo’s unexpected arrival, but his manager has backed the 34-year-fitness old’s to make him a big contribution to the side in what is likely to be his final season in Manchester.
Solskjaer remarked earlier this season, “Edinson has always looked after himself.”
“He’s chomping at the bit to get started, so let’s see how much we can pull out of him right away.”
Paul Pogba has been heavily linked with a move to Paris Saint-Germain next summer in the French press, and he has given no evidence of wanting to extend his contract at United.
However, Pogba claims that he has not been involved in any talks with PSG, though he does not rule out the possibility that talks have already taken place between the Paris club and his representatives.
“Have you had any contact with Paris?” Pogba explained, “I have an agent who deals with all of that.” “I don’t know Nasser [Al- Khelaifi’s] contact information.
Mino Raiola, Pogba’s agent, has spoken out regarding United’s relationship with his client on numerous occasions, including midway through last season when he declared there was no prospect of him signing a new contract at Old Trafford.
Despite the possibility of losing the midfielder in a year’s time, United manager Solskjaer remains positive about working with him.
“Negotiations are ongoing.” Brinkwire Summary News.