Man Utd Face A Mass Exodus Of Players With 17 First-Team Stars Unhappy



Manchester United is facing an exodus of players that could hit double figures before the start of next season.



Morale at Old Trafford is low after interim boss Ralf Rangnick inherited a divided dressing room from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, with a staggering 17 players said to be unhappy.


Many of them are under contract and will not be sold, but there will still be a significant number of departures.


Rangnick is aware of the mood after holding player meetings.


Anthony Martial will leave on loan this month if Sevilla improve their opening loan offer, and is set to move permanently in the summer. Paul Pogba and Jesse Lingard have not renewed their contracts, which run out in June, enabling both to leave on free transfers, which would be a huge financial blow to United.


Edinson Cavani has been told he cannot leave this month, but he will also be a free agent in the summer, along with Juan Mata, who may go out on loan to Spain or MLS this month.


Donny van de Beek, Dean Henderson and Eric Bailly are all unhappy at their lack of playing time and are open to moves.


Phil Jones, 29, wants regular football and has been linked with a loan to Benfica. Nemanja Matic, Fred and Diogo Dalot enter the final year of their contracts in the summer, although United have the option to extend Fred and Dalot’s deals by 12 months. Axel Tuanzebe joined Napoli on loan on Wednesday.

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