Manchester United Manager Eric Ten Hag set to terminate the contract of four players

Erik ten Hag set to make ruthless decision as four Manchester United player faces uncertain future.

The Red Devils could offload four players in the summer of 2023
It has been reported that Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag has made the brutal choice to offload Scott McTominay, Fred, Jadon Sancho, and Harry Maguire this summer.

In addition to pursuing Ramsus Hojlund of Atalanta and Inter Milan‘s Andre Onana, United have acquired Mason Mount from Chelsea for £60 million.

But as preseason gets underway at Carrington, Ten Hag is also eager to restructure his team and recognises those he believes to be dead weight.

In 2022–23, Maguire had a challenging campaign under Erik ten Hag’s direction because Raphael Varane and Lisandro Martinez had been the team’s first-choice centre-back partnership. In an effort to consolidate his team, Ten Hag is reportedly eager to transfer the England defender.

According to The Independent, Maguire has been made available for transfers, and the Red Devils value him at £50 million.

The 30-year-old has two years left on his Manchester United deal, but prospective buyers, including West Ham, think he might be available for £35 million.

Maguire was keen to contend for a spot at United, but he now finds himself in a difficult position when Gareth Southgate informed him that he must play frequently if he wants to start at Euro 2024.

Because West Ham United cannot match his current pay at United, which is about £200,000 per week, his compensation could be an issue.

Moving the other three players he wants to dump might be easier. McTominay, who has two years left on his contract, has interest from West Ham, Newcastle, Brighton, and Roma.

The 26-year-old Scotland international has played in 209 games with the first team and scored 19 goals. He would probably command a price of about £25 million.


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