Manchester United is ready to consider offers for most of the players in the main squad

The club’s goal for the coming summer is to relaunch the team to compete for major trophies, according to Sir Jim Ratcliffe. Despite the attention on Marcus Rashford, the club has no intention of parting ways with the player just yet, preferring instead to help him regain his form.
At the same time, Paris Saint-Germain showed interest in Rashford in light of the possible departure of Kylian Mbappe. However, the transfer of the 26-year-old footballer is not yet a priority for the French club.
Changes are expected in the club’s starting lineup, but some players such as Rasmus Hojlund, Kobbie Mainoo and Alejandro Garnacho are expected to remain in the team.
The club will only consider selling captain Bruno Fernandes, goalkeeper Andre Onana and defender Diogo Dalot if there are serious offers. Note that Dalot signed a new five-year contract just a year ago.
As a result, the volume of transfers United will make in the near future remains an open question. The club has failed to sell players profitably in the past, most recently with Daniel James’ £25m move to Leeds in 2021.
However, given the current Profit and Sustainability Rules (PSR), Manchester United will be forced to adopt a more cautious transfer policy, especially if the club fails to qualify for the Champions League.
Several of the club’s players will leave the team at the end of their contracts, including Anthony Martial and likely Raphael Varane. At the same time, Sofyan Amrabat is expected to return to Fiorentina after an unsuccessful season on loan.
However, despite all the changes in the squad, the future of head coach Erik Ten Hag at Manchester United remains a big question mark.