Red Devils to offload 5 first team players in January?

Bertrand Traore

The Red Devils will try and sell 5 players in the January transfer window.  The manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is struggling to find the right balance in midfield. According to the Sun, five players might leave the Red Devils to facilitate some funds.

Jesse Lingard, Donny Van De Beek, Victor Lindelof and Phil Jones will be placed up for sale in January. Donny Van De Beek is eager to leave because of a lack of playing time.

Red Devils to spend big on desired midfielder?

Manchester United are looking for a good central midfielder because of the lack of quality in that position. Fred and Mctominay are not great in their defensive duties. This only prompts the Red Devils to buy a midfielder as

Manchester United have many options.

Declan Rice

The ex Chelsea academy player has been incredible for West Ham.

A move to the Red Devils would be favourable but the transfer seems a bit difficult because West Ham has raised the asking price to €100 million.

Ruben Neves

Manchester United can buy another Portuguese midfielder from Wolverhampton FC.

The 24-year-old has great defensive numbers and can be a success with the Red Devils. He is a quality player and would not be expensive.

Aurelien Tchouameni

The French midfielder is talked about a lot in recent times. He has provided good numbers for AS Monaco. He along with Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has won the Nations League. While Proving himself in the final against Spain, he can be a good signing. Tchouameni also would not be expensive as AS Monaco struggle for champions league qualification.

Yves Bissouma

The Brighton midfielder is ready for a move after links with big clubs. He was outstanding in the league because he was second highest in tackles and 7th in interceptions. While The Red Devils can sign him as he is priced at €40 million and is proven in the league.

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