With a very close agreement between the Frenchman, Anthony Martial and Sevilla, Manchester United began the process of releasing the athletes who are not in the plans of Ralph Rangnick. However, the trend is for more players to leave the club before the January 31 winter transfer window closes. According to the British newspaper, “Mirror”, five other players are on their way out.
The Manchester United board of directors intends to dry up the salary list, as well as give these athletes the possibility to develop elsewhere, while using better conditions. The names, which are still based on information from the publication, will be Jesse Lingard, Eric Bailly (or Phil Jones), Juan Mata, Donny van de Beek and Amad Diallo.
The players have spent a few minutes of the season under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and now, led by Ralf Rangnick. Thus, the exit road ends with an opening and Manchester United are looking for potential loan applicants. Van de Beek is the most suitable person in this case, who has not yet been able to repeat the good times he spent at Ajax with United.
The British press even reported a possible interest from Valencia in the athlete, but the intention of Ralf Rangnick is to loan the Dutchman to a club in the Premier League. Van de Beek has not shown any quality in English football so far and the adaptation process can only be completed if he continues to play for a club in the country. United are only interested in getting a loan.
In other cases such as Bailly, Jones and Juan Mata, the club may seek a permanent sale. The defensive system was reinforced with good options after the arrival of Raphael Varane, which ended with the removal of Bayley and Jones from the main team. The first, by the way, was wounded. With Maguire available, Rangnick finds the perfect formation to defend.
Spaniard Juan Mata terminates his contract with Manchester United at the end of the current season and should not be renewed. The player can expect his departure and seeks to continue his career. Most recently, Diallo, who is only 19 years old. The player has been highlighted as a future Manchester United, but he has yet to prove the necessary quality in the first team.
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