Manchester United transfer rumours in January Window

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Manchester might consider fully utilizing the January transfer window to boost up the squad. The Red Devils are considering selling some of their players to gather some funds.

The 20 times English Champions might have to bid adieu to some of their first-team players. According to Manchester Evening News, Anthony Martial has shown his desire to leave the club. The Frenchman’s contract runs out in the summer of 2022. Therefore Manchester United may seriously consider the sale of the Frenchman rather than letting him go for free.

Various reports suggest that Sevilla’s loan offer is cancelled due to the high wage demands of the player. Other clubs were also interested in the player, but his wage is too high to be met.

Dean Henderson also wants to get out of the club in search of more game time. Newcastle United and West Ham United are ready for Henderson’s services according to Transfermarkt.

Paul Pogba will also run out of contract in the summer of 2022. The Red Devils are ready to sell the player for the right price in the part ways with the Frenchman.

Donny van de Beek and Jesse Lingard are also having a difficult run of fortune under Ralf Ragnick. They too might consider an exit in the winter transfer window for a new club.

Probable signings Manchester are looking for

Manchester United is considering a move for River Plate forward Julian Alvarez in the January transfer window. The 21-year-old has enjoyed a brilliant season with the Argentine giants, scoring 18 goals in 21 appearances. He helped his club to win the league title last time out.

The move will cost Manchester United around $20m and will be a good move if Martial and Lingard leave the club in the winter.

Other than Alvarez, United is also keen on signing Amadou Haidara and Boubacar Kamara. But both of these signings depend on the number of players Manchester would be able to sell in the transfer window.

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