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Five Man Utd players who could still leave before transfer window slams shut

Man Utd have added Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane this summer but could still see several players depart Old Trafford with the likes of Jesse Lingard and Dan James facing uncertain futures

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Manchester United have enjoyed perhaps their most impressive transfer window in recent years.

Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane, two marquee signings, have both arrived at Old Trafford.

They will bolster areas Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was keen to address and he believes any more new arrivals will be a “bonus”.

Attention now turns to who could leave Old Trafford with United boasting an incredibly deep squad.

The Red Devils boss will struggle to keep all his players happy which could see some of them leave, be it permanently on loan.

Departures would also enhance any late moves in the transfer market amid suggestions from Gary Neville that his former club should pursue Harry Kane.

We take a look at who could leave Old Trafford in the coming days.



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Jesse Lingard

The versatile 28-year-old faces a major decision on his future having reignite his hopes of more involvement.

A loan spell at West Ham last term showed just want Lingard can offer after he struggled for minutes prior to that.

Solskjaer has already spoken highly of the midfielder and insists he will featured for United this term.

However he is more likely to play a squad role, rather than be a regular starter.

The Hammers remain keen and if they can match his valuation and wages a return to London could still be on the cards.









Daniel James

The Welshman is now beginning his third season in Manchester, but is yet to truly establish himself.

James started with a bang but has found his opportunities limited in recent times.

Last season he only started 11 times and the arrival of Jadon Sancho is set to further hinder his involvement.

United spent £15m on the winger back in 2019 and would likely recoup that fee were they to cash in.

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A loan move away could further Amad’s development
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Amad

The young Ivorian arrived at Old Trafford back in January having signed in the summer from Atalanta.

His quality convinced United to spend over £30m on him and he quickly made his mark with a goal against AC Milan in the Europa League.

The Red Devils have continued to invest in youth, but unless its given regular opportunities development will be hampered.

As a result a loan move has been touted for the teenager, who has impressed with the U23s.

Crystal Palace and Sheffield United have both been linked as possible destinations.



Phil Jones has struggled with injuries




Phil Jones

Seemingly the forgotten man at Old Trafford.

Raphael Varane’s arrival means Jones is fifth in the centre-half pecking order, behind the new arrival, Harry Maguire, Eric Bailly and Victor Lindelof.

Signed by Sir Alex Ferguson back in 2011, Jones has seen his career hampered by injuries.

Over the last two seasons the 29-year-old has made just eight appearances and is now weighing up a loan move to a Championship club as he looks to revive his career.









Diogo Dalot

The right-back’s United future remains in the balance with a move away still very much a possibility.

Dalot has been unable to fulfil his potential since moving from Porto in 2018 and spent last season on loan at AC Milan.

Sources close to the player claimed any move is likely to materialise in late August, according to the MEN.

Dalot has been happy with his pre-season involvement as he looks to usurp Aaron Wan-Bissaka at right-back.

Alex Telles is also an option but thus far the Englishman has been selected for Premier League both games

Dalot has been an unused sub on both occasions.




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