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sport news Manchester United 'could sell SEVEN first-team stars' as part of summer ... trends now

sport news Manchester United 'could sell SEVEN first-team stars' as part of summer ... trends now

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A number of big-name Manchester United players could be sold this summer, according to reports.

It has been another season of struggle for the Red Devils this term, having failed to build on their third-place finish last term in their second season under Erik ten Hag.

The Red Devils find themselves sixth in the Premier League table, 11 points off of Tottenham and Aston Villa - who are tied on points in the race for a top four finish.

United's chances of qualifying for next season's Champions League appear to have faded and, with this in mind, part-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe is reportedly planning a large squad overhaul. 

According to Manchester Evening News, as many as seven first-team stars could be shown the exit door at Old Trafford - as well as a number of players being allowed to leave for free.

Manchester United are considering selling seven first-team players in the summer window

Manchester United are considering selling seven first-team players in the summer window

Sir Jim Ratcliffe is preparing for a summer rebuild after United's disappointing campaign

Sir Jim Ratcliffe is preparing for a summer rebuild after United's disappointing campaign

Tom Heaton, Anthony Martial and Brandon Williams all have deals that will expire in the summer and are likely to be released by Erik ten Hag's side. 

Heaton has played a bit-part role for the Red Devils - having made just three appearances since joining in June 2021 - and is deemed as surplus to requirements.

Martial, meanwhile, has been plagued by

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