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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer plots a summer of change at Manchester United - but who will remain at Old Trafford for the start of next season?

* Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could sell up to six players in his Manchester United squad
* He has been linked with signing Callum Hudson-Odoi and Jadon Sancho
* Solskjaer has also been looking to integrate youngsters into the first team


A summer of upheaval beckons at Old Trafford now Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has taken the reins on a permanent basis at Manchester United.

There are a number of players whose contracts are expiring and question marks over other stars in the squad. Solskjaer also has Callum Hudson-Odoi, Jadon Sancho and Aaron Wan-Bissaka on his shortlist, but space must be made for any potential arrival.

So who will still be at Old Trafford at the start of next season? Sportsmail assesses the United squad.

GOALKEEPERS

David de Gea - A cornerstone of the United squad and the one player they truly cannot afford to lose. Contract talks are taking longer than some might have expected but a resolution will likely be found before long. Verdict: STAY

Sergio Romero - As good a No 2 as any in the Premier League. Whether he wants to go for first-team football somewhere else is up to him but United will be happy to keep him on their books. Verdict: STAY


David de Gea's contract negotiations are ongoing but United cannot afford to lose him

DEFENCE

Victor Lindelof - A difficult start to life at Old Trafford last season but has definitely matured this time around and is offering more to the team. Verdict: STAY

Eric Bailly - The opposite to Lindelof. Seems to have lost his way at United and has been substituted twice in the first half of games this season. With his deal expiring in 2020, it would make sense for United to cash in now. Verdict: GO


Eric Bailly's future at United is becoming more and more uncertain after a tough season

Phil Jones - Signed a new contract in February until 2023, so will be going nowhere. Verdict: STAY

Chris Smalling - Like Jones, penned an extension himself in December that lasts until 2022. Verdict: STAY

Matteo Darmian - Has only played six times this season and only two of those have been under Solskjaer. The writing is on the wall. Verdict: GO

Diogo Dalot - Has produced some promising displays at right back but speculation of a move for Wan-Bissaka at Crystal Palace suggests it might not be enough for Gunner Solskjaer. Verdict: JURY'S OUT


United's pursuit of Aaron Wan-Bissaka suggests Diogo Dalot has some convincing to do

Ashley Young - Signed a one-year contract extension in February. Verdict: STAY

Antonio Valencia - United passed on a contract extension meaning when his contract expires in the summer, it will bring the curtain down on 10 years service at Old Trafford. Verdict: GO

Luke Shaw - Looked destined to leave a year ago but with hard work, focus and resilience he is now a key player under Solskjaer. Verdict: STAY

MIDFIELD

Paul Pogba - Has gone from strength to strength since Solskjaer broke the chains over his position in the starting line-up but that hasn't stopped him talking up a move to Real Madrid now Zinedine Zidane is manager.

Solskjaer could have work to do if Real reciprocate the interest, especially if they fail to finish in the top four or win the Champions League. VERDICT: Jury's Out


Paul Pogba has been talking up the possibility of one day playing for Real Madrid

Juan Mata - It seems his time at Old Trafford is coming to an end. Links to Hudson-Odoi and Sancho suggest that Solskjaer is looking for someone with more pace than Mata, who will be 31 when the window opens, can offer. VERDICT: GO

Nemanja Matic - Like De Gea, a year remains on his contract but United would be wise to sort an extension soon. He is much more replaceable than De Gea is but his experience makes him an important part of the United squad. VERDICT: STAY

Fred - Is yet to light up the sky in United colours since arriving for 52m but they are unlikely to write off such an investment just yet. The Brazil international should have more time to prove himself at Old Trafford. VERDICT: STAY

Ander Herrera - His contract expires at the end of this season and with United not willing to match his 200,000-a-week demands, a move to Paris Saint-Germain appears more and more likely. VERDICT: GO


Ander Herrera's wage demands appear to be pricing him out of a new United contract


Juan Mata faces scrutiny over his United future, especially if they buy a midfielder this summer

Andreas Pereira - Only a year left on his contract but with Solskjaer looking to embed academy graduates in his squad, he could have a role to play next season. VERDICT: STAY

Scott McTominay - Perhaps there are long-term questions over whether the Scotland midfielder is up to United's standard but like Pereira, is one Solskaer's academy graduates who he will look to mold next season. VERDICT: STAY

Jesse Lingard - Another player who has thrived under Solskjaer and is now one of United's key men. VERDICT STAY

ATTACK

Alexis Sanchez - His huge 500,000-a-week wages are prompting the likes of De Gea and Herrera to ask for big pay packets themselves. But Sanchez has failed to contribute in the way they have and a fresh start is best for all concerned. VERDICT: GO


Alexis Sanchez has endured a torrid time since arriving at United on huge contract


Romelu Lukaku offers Solskjaer an attacking alternative with his physicality

Anthony Martial - Has turned things around since his clashes with Jose Mourinho last summer. Signed a new deal until 2024 in January. VERDICT: STAY

Marcus Rashford - One of the key men this season, arguably reaching his best form yet in a United shirt. VERDICT: STAY

Romelu Lukaku - Far from an ever-present under Solskjaer but offers a more physical alternative to his other options in the final third. VERDICT: STAY

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David de Gea's form has dipped and Paul Pogba continually goes missing... who needs weeding out at Manchester United after humiliation at Everton?

* Manchester United's alarming slump continued with defeat at Everton
* The blame has shifted from manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to the players
* Sportsmail looks at the United squad and the players likely to leave this summer


Gary Neville has compared the problems in the Manchester United dressing-room to Japanese knotweed after the club's alarming slump continued with an embarrassing defeat at Everton.

'It's attacking the foundations of the house and it needs dealing with properly,' said Neville of a squad that miraculously found then lost their form under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

The blame has shifted from the manager to United's under-achieving stars and Solskjaer has warned that changes are imminent.

Sportsmail takes a look at his United squad and the players who are likely to leave this summer or next...


David de Gea's form has dipped and he no longer looks worthy of a 400,000-a-week deal

David de Gea

United's saviour for so long in the post-Ferguson era, De Gea's form has dipped this season and he no longer looks like a goalkeeper worthy of a new 400,000-a-week contract.

The club are prepared for talks to continue into the final year of De Gea's contract even though he could leave for nothing.

EXIT RATING: 3/5

Antonio Valencia

The club captain has not been seen since the second day of the year. Fitness issues have caught up with Valencia after a decade at Old Trafford and he will go this summer.

EXIT RATING: 5/5

Ashley Young

Taken apart by Lionel Messi in the Nou Camp last Tuesday and dropped at Everton on Sunday, it has been a bad week for Young.

A solid captain and proud professional but, at 33, his recent 12-month contract extension is likely to be the last.

EXIT RATING: 4/5


Ashley Young was taken apart by Lionel Messi and was dropped at Everton on Sunday

Diogo Dalot

The progress of the 19million summer signing has stalled over the last few games.

United will hope it is only a blip but signing another right back is one of the club's priorities.

EXIT RATING: 2/5

Matteo Darmian

After six appearances this season, the former Torino defender must be wondering why United refused to grant his wish to return to Italy last summer and then gave him a 12-month contract extension. The club are unlikely to hold on to him again.

EXIT RATING: 4/5

Victor Lindelof

United's most improved player under Solskjaer but was switched to full back against Barcelona and Everton and suffered for it.

Destined to be the club's first-choice central defender. The big question is who will partner him.

EXIT RATING: 1/5


Victor Lindelof has been Manchester United's most improved under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Eric Bailly

Not been seen since he was hauled off against Paris Saint-Germain in early March. A head injury suffered playing for the Ivory Coast last month has held Bailly back, and he could easily move at the end of the season.

EXIT RATING: 4/5

Chris Smalling

Signed a new three-and-a-half-year contract in December but continues to be held up as an example of a stagnating squad at Old Trafford.

A good athlete but fans will continue to question whether he is in the world-class bracket of former United centre backs.

EXIT RATING: 3/5


Chris Smalling continues to be held up as an example of a stagnating squad at Old Trafford

Phil Jones

Like Smalling, Jones was awarded a new long-term contract in February despite concerns over his ability at the highest level.

Like Young, he was ruthlessly exposed by Messi. An honest pro but can be injury prone.

EXIT RATING: 3/5

Marcos Rojo

The Argentine has made just seven appearances due to injury since signing a new 160,000-a-week contract in March 2018. Touted to Everton last summer and his future at United is under scrutiny again 12 months on.

EXIT RATING: 4/5

Luke Shaw

United's best and most improved player over the course of the season, Shaw has emerged from serious injury and a torrid time under Jose Mourinho to prove his worth. Still concerns over his diet at times.

EXIT RATING: 1/5


Phil Jones was awarded a new long-term contract despite concerns over his ability at this level

Ander Herrera

Herrera is unhappy that United did not make a serious contract offer sooner and is set to leave for PSG on a free transfer. Injury has kept him out of the recent poor run, underlining his importance to the team.

EXIT RATING: 5/5

Scott McTominay

Came of age in United's Champions League games against PSG and Barcelona but still has some way to go. Worryingly, there are rumours circulating around Carrington that success is beginning to go to McTominay's head.

EXIT RATING: 2/5

Fred

Finally established himself in the first-team in recent weeks but still looks well short of a 52million midfielder. The feeling is that he needs to show the mental strength to play for a club like United.

EXIT RATING: 2/5

Nemanja Matic

Big enough to accept responsibility for United's woeful showing at Everton, although it was by no means his first poor performance of the season. Vulnerable as United eye two new central midfielders.

EXIT RATING: 3/5

Paul Pogba

The one player who can really lift this United team yet continually goes missing for his manager.

United have no appetite to sell Pogba amid persistent links to Real Madrid, but the French World Cup winner's influence on the pitch does not justify the unwanted noise off it.

EXIT RATING: 3/5


Paul Pogba is the one player who can lift United yet continually goes missing for his manager

Juan Mata


Another Spaniard who faces an uncertain future at Old Trafford as his contract comes to an end.

Mata's standing is such that United want him to return as a club ambassador but he does not have the pace or penetration to fit Solskjaer's style.

EXIT RATING: 4/5

Jesse Lingard

Hamstring injuries have hampered the England international in recent months. As an academy product and one of the more explosive attacking players in the squad, he will be central to the plans of his new boss.

EXIT RATING: 1/5

Marcus Rashford

Although he has prospered under Solskjaer's tutelage, a change in attitude has been noted of late.

Rashford is seen as the future of United and, as such, practically unsellable but his camp are in no hurry to sign a new contract.

EXIT RATING: 2/5


A change in attitude has been noticed in Marcus Rashford despite prospering under Solskjaer

Romelu Lukaku

It is no surprise that United would be open to offloading Lukaku if a club can afford his transfer fee and wages.

The big Belgian striker is not the ideal fit for Solskjaer, who wants pace and mobility, and prefers to play Rashford at centre forward.

EXIT RATING: 3/5

Anthony Martial

Mourinho wanted to sell the erratic Frenchman last summer and Solskjaer will probably have a degree of sympathy with his predecessor.

Martial's form has dropped off a cliff since he signed a new contract in January.

EXIT RATING: 2/5

Alexis Sanchez

Solskjaer will have the final say over Sanchez's future, although finding a club to take on his 500,000-a-week wages will be very difficult if United decide to cut their losses. A huge disappointment.

EXIT RATING: 4/5


Anthony Martial's form has dropped off a cliff since he signed a new contract in January

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THIS SUMMER

Antonio Valencia, Ander Herrera, Juan Mata

2020

David de Gea, Eric Bailly, Ashley Young, Nemanja Matic, Andreas Pereira, Marcus Rashford, Matteo Darmian, Timothy Fosu-Mensah

2021

Victor Lindelof, Marcos Rojo, Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard
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POSSIBLE TARGETS

Manchester United want a right-back, two central midfielders and a right winger this summer...

RIGHT-BACK: Aaron Wan Bissaka (Crystal Palace)

CENTRE MIDFIELDERS: Saul Niguez (Atletico Madrid), Bruno Fernandes (Sporting Lisbon), Declan Rice (West Ham)

RIGHT WING: Joao Felix (Benfica), Callum Hudson-Odoi (Chelsea)
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Manchester United expected to release James Wilson with 10 youngsters due to leave this summer

* James Wilson was regarded as one of Manchester United's greatest prospects
* He broke onto the first team scene in May 2014 with two goals against Hull
* But a series of loan spells, injuries and dips in confidence has seen him struggle
* Defensive prospect Regan Poole is the other notable departure from Old Trafford


James Wilson is the surprise name expected to head Manchester United's released list with ten youngsters due to leave this summer.

The 23-year-old striker was regarded as one of the club's greatest prospects when he broke onto the first team scene in May 2014 with two goals against Hull City on his Premier League debut.

However, a series of relatively unsuccessful loan spells, some serious injuries and dips in confidence saw Wilson struggle to rekindle his early promise. He was sent to Aberdeen this season and, though he scored in their final league game against Hibernian on Sunday, it was only his fourth of the campaign.


James Wilson is expected to be released by Manchester United in the summer window

Wilson is expected to receive a number of offers as United staff believe he can still make a successful career for himself but away from Old Trafford.

Defensive prospect Regan Poole is the other notable departure.

However, the 20-year-old is at least hoping to end his season on a high as he plays for Newport County against Tranmere Rovers in the League Two Play Off Final at Wembley on Saturday.


Regan Poole, currently on loan at Newport County, is also set to leave Old Trafford

The Wales U21 international is wanted on a permanent deal by Newport but will put himself in the shop window with a good performance as other League Two and League One clubs plan to watch him play.

Midfielder Matty Willock, 22, who was on loan at St Mirren and Crawley Town this season, will also be allowed to go as will the skilful DJ Buffonge.

Former Oldham loanee Zak Dearnley, a right winger, will leave United and he will be joined by 20-year-old midfielder Callum Whelan, who had a spell on loan at Port Vale, 19-year-old midfielder Tom Sang, centre-back Tyrell Warren, 20, Dutch winger Millen Baars, 18, and USA right-back Matty Olosunde, 21.

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Manchester United 'plan to AXE four first-team stars this summer' with Juan Mata, Romelu Lukaku, Marcos Rojo and Matteo Darmian all set for chop

* Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is set to overhaul his squad at Manchester United
* Romelu Lukaku has been linked with a move to Inter Milan this summer
* Juan Mata, Marcos Rojo and Matteo Darmian are surplus to requirements


Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's overhaul at Manchester United with the manager looking to offload the likes of Romelu Lukaku this summer.

According to the Mirror, the Belgian striker is one four players that Solskjaer is looking to sell as he puts his own mark on the club.

Lukaku only started 15 of 29 games under Solskjaer last season - with Marcus Rashford often preferred in the centre forward role.


Romelu Lukaku is one of four players that are heading for the Manchester United exit doors


Juan Mata is another set to leave Old Trafford after failing to agree a new contract with the club

Inter Milan are firm admirers of Lukaku and the Italian club are set to make a move once Antonio Conte is appointed as their expected manager.

Juan Mata is another heading for the exit door after failing to agree a contract extension at Old Trafford.

United have looked at the likes of Kalidou Koulibaly and Harry Maguire to strengthen their defence with the injury prone Marcos Rojo one casualty set to make way for any possible replacements.

Finally fellow defender Matteo Darmian is another set to leave having just made seven appearances for the Red Devils last season.

The aforementioned quartet will join Ander Herrera and Antonio Valencia out of the club.


Marcos Rojo (left) and Matteo Darmian are two defenders set to leave the Red Devils as well

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Rojo & Darmian dilepas saja, Lukaku masih bisa dikasih kesempatan, Mata mending diperpanjang, tapi gak cocok masalah gaji kayaknya
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Manchester United offer Juan Mata new contract but Antonio Valencia, Ander Herrera and James Wilson among 15 players released by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

* Manchester United have offered a new contract to experienced star Juan Mata
* Red Devils chiefs want the Spaniard to stay as they look to overhaul the squad
* Antonio Valencia, Ander Herrera and James Wilson have all been released
* A total of 15 players have been cleared out following a poor Premier League year


Manchester United have offered Juan Mata a new contract to extend his stay at Old Trafford, while clearing out 15 names during a period of sweeping change.

United have announced their squad retention list for the 2019-20 season, showing widespread changes as players have been released from the club.

In what is the Red Devils' biggest ever summer exodus, the likes of Antonio Valencia, Ander Herrera and James Wilson have all been ushered through the door.


Manchester United have offered Juan Mata a new deal to extend his stay at the club

Herrera will join Paris Saint Germain on a free deal, while United opted not to take up the option to trigger clauses of extension in Valencia and Wilson's deals.

No further comment has been made regarding Mata's future at United, but the club confirmed a new deal has been offered to the 31-year-old.

At under-23 level, new contracts have been offered to midfielder Aidan Barlow, goalkeepers Alex Fojticek and Paul Woolston, plus Italian defender Luca Ercolani.

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UNITED'S RELEASED PLAYERS 2019

Ander Herrera, Antonio Valencia, James Wilson, Regan Poole, Callum Whelan, Thomas Sang, Zak Dearnley, DJ Buffonge, Tyrell Warren, Matty Willock, Matthew Olosunde, Callum Gribbin, Millen Baars, Josh Bohui and James Thompson
United are now expected to stage an assault on the transfer market and rebuild a squad with a focus on youth and potential.

Matthijs de Ligt remains a prime target for United, while the club have also now been linked with a move for Leicester duo Harry Maguire and James Maddison.

On Friday the club confirmed the transfer of highly-rated youngster Daniel James from Swansea, who will arrive in a 17million deal and officially become Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's first signing for the club.

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Mulling over Paulo Dybala, locked in Harry Maguire talks with Leicester and waiting for Inter to make a serious bid for Romelu Lukaku... how Manchester United's summer transfer business is shaping up as end of window looms

* Manchester United have already recruited two players this transfer window
* However, United's top brass are working behind the scenes to bring in more
* They have not met Leicester's valuation of Harry Maguire and are in talks
* No bid has been made for Nicolas Pepe and Bruno Fernandes' fee is too high
* Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku could still potentially exit the club this summer


Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's first transfer window as permanent Manchester United boss has seen two players come through the door.

United, following the recruitment of Daniel James and Aaron Wan-Bissaka, are now working behind the scenes on a list of players who they would like to further bolster the ranks but could there be some casualties, too?

Sportsmail looks at the potential ins and outs at Old Trafford this summer and how likely it is that each deal will happen...

INS...

Harry Maguire

It is no secret that Solskjaer wants Harry Maguire in to shore up his backline this season as he eyes a title challenge. United have made two bids, neither of which have matched Leicester's 80million valuation of the player. The two clubs are currently locked in talks in an attempt to find the magic number.


Harry Maguire is Solskjaer's No 1 centre back target, but Leicester want a sizeable 80million

Sean Longstaff

Newcastle prodigy Sean Longstaff certainly fits United's blueprint this summer young, exciting and British. United's top brass have, as yet, not followed up on their initial offer for the player, with Newcastle holding out for 50m a valuation they have based on United's purchase of Wan-Bissaka. Ed Woodward and Co are currently weighing up their next move with a 30m bid likely to be made in the coming days.


Newcastle are now holding out for 50m for their 21-year-old midfield prodigy Sean Longstaff

Bruno Fernandes

Bruno Fernandes has made no bones about the fact he wants to play in England and the midfielder has admitted he feels a little bit in limbo at Sporting given United's interest. Sportsmail understands United are hesitant to pay the 70m asking price and Sporting will be reluctant to accept anything less. But reports from the continent claim a deal is further down the line and talks continue.


Sporting star Bruno Fernandes wants to move to England but the club want 70m for him

Paulo Dybala

While there has been little movement yet, it is understood that United are keeping tabs on Juventus star Paulo Dybala in the event Romelu Lukaku leaves Old Trafford. Solskjaer is thought to be a huge admirer of the Argentina international and United would have to fork out between 70m-90m which would prove no problem if Inter up their bid for Lukaku. It is understood Juve are willing to sell if their demands are met and could even use the Argentine as bait to land Lukaku themselves.


Paulo Dybala could fit the bill for United if Romelu Lukaku leaves Old Trafford this summer

Nicolas Pepe

Sportsmail understands that Nicolas Pepe is not a target for United and the club have made no bid for the jet-heeled Lille winger. In fact, United believe they are being used to jack up the asking price for the player, with Lille demanding upwards of 70m for the 24-year-old. It would appear that Arsenal is a more likely destination.


Sportsmail understands that Nicolas Pepe is not a target for United and the club have not bid

Kalidou Koulibaly

Should a deal for Maguire fall through, United see Napoli star Kalidou Koulibaly as their Plan B. However it is thought United are not seriously pursuing the player at this stage, with the Leicester centre back firmly at the forefront of their efforts.


Kalidou Koulibaly could be United's back-up plan if their pursuit of Maguire falls flat

Sergeij Milinkovic-Savic

While United's priority remains firmly on keeping Paul Pogba at Old Trafford, they appear to have identified their primary target to replace him. Reports emanating from Italy claim the player's agent, former Chelsea striker Mateja Kezman, has flown into London to hold talks over a potential 72m deal. However, United can expect the towering Serb to stay at Lazio should they convince Pogba not to leave.


Sergej Milinkovic-Savic has been earmarked as a replacement should Paul Pogba leave United

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Romelu Lukaku

United have already rejected a 54m offer from Inter Milan for Romelu Lukaku. The Old Trafford club are now waiting on Inter to put in a serious bid for the Belgian, who United value at around 90m. Inter boss Antonio Conte has spoken openly about his admiration of the striker and is likely to return with an improved bid. Lukaku hinted on Saturday that he is close to leaving the Red Devils by tweeting a picture with his agent Federico Pastorello along with the caption 'Soon to be continued'.


United have rejected a 54m offer from Inter for Romelu Lukaku, wanting closer to 90m

Paul Pogba

There are many moving parts in the Paul Pogba transfer saga. The player has expressed his desire to leave United, while Real Madrid, his preferred destination, are desperately looking to offload Gareth Bale to drum up half of Pogba's 150m transfer fee and free up 600,000 per week from their wage bill. Solskjaer, however, is determined to keep him, especially given the exit of experienced midfielder Ander Herrera.


There are many moving parts in the Paul Pogba transfer saga, but he could still leave United

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