Sport EPL: Ten Hag to offload 10 Man Utd players next year

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At least 10 players could leave Manchester United across the next two transfer windows in 2024.

David de Gea, Fred, Dean Henderson and Anthony Elanga all left Old Trafford in the summer, but a further clear out is expected next year. Erik ten Hag is looking to reshape his squad over the next 12 months, according to the Manchester Evening News. Jonny Evans is out of contract next June and would not get a new deal as he turns 36 in January.

Raphael Varane could also leave United after falling down the pecking order this season, with Ten Hag preferring Victor Lindelof and Harry Maguire over the Frenchman in recent weeks.

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However, Lindelof’s deal is up in 2024, but there is an option to extend his contract by an extra 12 months, while Maguire is contracted until 2025.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka is also entering the final six months of his contract, with negotiations ongoing over a possible extension.

It is believed more turnover will take place in midfield than was seen in the summer window.

Fred was the only senior midfielder to leave, with Scott McTominay staying despite interest from West Ham, before Sofyan Amrabat joined on loan from Fiorentina.

United have the option to buy Amrabat at the end of the season, but the Moroccan midfielder is yet to establish himself as a regular starter.

Casemiro and Christian Eriksen are both in their 30s and United could cash in on the experienced pair.

Martial, who is into his ninth season at the club, is into the final six months of his current deal.

He went on loan last year, but could not leave permanently next year.

Back-up goalkeeper Tom Heaton and midfielder Hannibal Mejbri are the other players out of contract in 2024.

United have the option to trigger a 12-month extension to keep Hannibal, but there is no such clause in Heaton’s contract.

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