Manchester United consider this player ‘unsellable’ for the upcoming transfer window

Manchester United will be exempting another player from the upcoming summer transfer window. After a horrific season in the Premier League, United found redemption with an FA Cup win over Manchester City.

Furthermore, the crucial FA Cup win guaranteed The Red Devils a spot in the UEFA Europa League ahead of Chelsea. Henceforth, Newcastle will be ultimately missing out on European football in the following season. Additionally, another piece of silverware is clinched by Erik Ten Hag and United. Despite having a mediocre squad, The Dutchman has won two trophies in two seasons at the Theatre of Dreams.

Needless to say, United still had a poor season in the league. The Red Devils secured their worst ever finish in Premier League history finishing 8th with 60 points. United ended the league campaign with a staggering goal difference of -1!

Moreover, injuries plagued The Red Devils throughout the season. More than 65 separate cases of injuries/illness were reported!

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Ever since the appointment of Sir Jim Ratcliffe, United are undergoing a transition. The Red Devils have already announced the arrival of Omar Berrada as their new Chief Executive Officer.

Additionally, Manchester United also confirmed the joining of Jason Wilcox as new Technical Director. Moreover, the Manchester Reds are close to securing a move for Dan Ashworth from Newcastle.

While numerous off the field changes are taking place, Sir Jim Ratcliffe will also be changing the look on the field. Raphael Varane will be leaving as a free agent in the summer transfer window. Anthony Martial will be joining his fellow Frenchman after 9 years at Old Trafford. Brandon Williams will also be looking for a new club.

Additionally, Erik Ten Hag’s future as manager remains uncertain and clarification will be expected over the upcoming days. Moreover, several United players could be leaving the Old Trafford. The Red Devils made a statement earlier this year that they would be open to offers for all the players excluding three. Kobbie Mainoo, Rasmus Hojlund and Alejandro Garnacho will be key players in United’s future squad.

Andre Onana to become fourth Manchester United player to be deemed ‘unsellable’?

Andre Onana has produced mixed bag of performances for United over the season. While the Cameroonian has been critical in saving United, the goalkeeper has also made plenty of errors at the back. However, Onana seems to have found his form at the right time of the season.

Onana was key in United’s win over City at Wembley. Reports suggest that Onana will be unavailable on the market alongside Mainoo, Hojlund and Garnacho. This is great news for the Cameroonian. The goalkeeper will be looking forward to make the most of this opportunity and establish himself as a big game player at the Theatre of Dreams.

Manchester United considering FFP heading into the market!

The Red Devils are open to players leaving considering Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules. Especially, since United spent almost £400m from the appointment of Ten Hag.

While Bruno Fernandes recently pledged his loyalty to The Red Devils, the Manchester United captain may be leaving for a right amount this summer. United are also considering to cash-in on Casemiro, with offers from Saudi lurking.

Additionally, Jadon Sancho has had a successful loan spell at the Signal Iduna Park propelling his side to Champions League final against Real Madrid. United can make a profit on Sancho after his impressive stint at Borussia Dortmund. Moreover, Mason Greenwood returned to form while playing for Getafe. Greenwood won the player of the season for Getafe. United are looking to sell the winger for a decent amount.

Manchester United will be very active in the summer transfer window with players moving both-ways. An exciting summer awaits the Red Devils.

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