Whilst the transfer saga involving whether Jadon Sancho will or will not be a Manchester United player continues to dominate all corners of the news surrounding the Red Devils, there are many that are getting bored about it.
Just ask Gary Neville, who said just as much on Twitter recently.
However, it would seem as though a storm is brewing for many of those already at Old Trafford, as recent reports that have started to circulate have suggested that some could be made available for exits.
A report by ESPN has revealed that “every player has a realistic valuation” amid rumours that agents and intermediaries have started to enquire about the availability of certain players who currently don the famous red strip.
Indeed, with the transfer window rumour wheel spinning at a rate of knots that boats at sea would be pleased to be able to rack up, there are a number of names that have been suggested as potential leavers this summer, which could be brilliant for those who head to bigfreebet.com to enhance their online betting experiences within the transfer market.
Names to have been touted with potential exits from Old Trafford this summer include Anthony Martial and Donny van de Beek, whilst there have also been rumours circulating about the future of Jesse Lingard, Diogo Dalot, Andreas Pereira and Axel Tuanzebe.
Donny van de Beek’s name is hardly a surprise in the fact that he appears to have been one of the weirdest signings that Manchester United have ever made in recent history as he simply can not get on the pitch.
Of course, his career has been hit hard over the past season as he was also ruled out of the UEFA 2020 European Championships through injury. If the competition had taken place last season, then he would probably have played some role and his career in the Premier League could have been a lot better than it has been.
Martial is one individual that burst onto the scene in Manchester, but has since struggled for consistency and with injuries. If Sancho does finally arrive, competition for places will be incredibly tough which could see the Frenchman look for somewhere new to play.
Lingard starred for West Ham United last season and enters the final year of his contract seeking assurances about his first-team opportunities, whilst Dalot and Pereira could leave yet again as they are unlikely to be a part of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s plans moving forward.
Tuanzebe has already been proactive about the situation and is thought to have asked for a loan move away to get regular football.