5 Manchester United players expected to leave after contracts expire on June 30

19 April 2022
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Manchester United are preparing for a big summer transfer window and are expected to bid for five players whose contracts expire in a few months.

Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard, Edinson Cavani, Juan Mata and Lee Grant’s contracts at Old Trafford expired this summer.

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to me menAll heading to the exit door of Old Trafford.

So does Nemanja Matic, who announced last week that he would not extend his stay with the Red Devils.

Erik ten Hag should be the man in charge on June 30 as he is on the verge of being confirmed as the next Manchester United coach (per Fabrizio Romano).

He will oversee what could be the biggest transfer window in United’s history with a large number of entries and departures expected.

Not only are the aforementioned United squad members expected to leave, but there is uncertainty over the futures of Cristiano Ronaldo and Marcus Rashford.

to me RomanoRonaldo is waiting to hear about the project Ten Hag intends to implement as soon as he arrives.

As for Rashford Romano The striker is allegedly considering his future after seeing that his chances with the first-team squad are becoming limited under current interim manager Ralph Rangnick.

A new Manchester United team is likely to move onto the field at the start of next season.


Will Manchester United miss the departure of players?

There are mixed reactions across the United fan base when the departures are discussed.

They are part of the current Red Devils squad who have been completely disappointed all season.

Paul Pogba’s time at Old Trafford has been fraught with turmoil and doubts about his contributions to the side.

There is a feeling that the 29-year-old has failed to live up to expectations, having returned to the club for a then-world-record fee of £89m from Juventus in 2016.

Edinson Cavani became somewhat of a fan favorite during his first season with the club in 2020. He scored 17 goals in 39 games.

This season was the polar opposite of the Uruguayan striker, as he was injured and scored only two goals in 17 matches.

I’m not sure about you, but I’m incensed by the idea that Lingard, Pogba, Grant, Pereira, Mata and Matic + Cavani are all leaving United this summer and our club is really turning away from the culture that has paralyzed us for nearly a decade, making smart deals for an elite coach. https://t.co/1e83XFjhq2

Juan Mata joined United from Chelsea in 2014 having established himself as one of the most impressive wingers in the Premier League football.

He has 51 goals and 47 assists in 280 appearances for United and has never reached the heights he reached at Stamford Bridge.

Jesse Lingard is a childhood Manchester United fan who came through the club’s academy.

The 29-year-old scored a creative winner in the FA Cup Final in 2016, but was never able to achieve a central position in United’s squad.

The Red Devils had the opportunity to sell the England striker on numerous occasions but they did not give Lingard a permanent move.

That’s despite his best Premier League season coming up during a loan spell at West Ham United last season.

Lee Grant has been Manchester United’s third goalkeeper since joining from Stoke City in 2018.


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