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List of names in massive Manchester United summer clear out revealed

Marcus Rashford is perhaps the biggest name at risk of being sold

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This summer is expected to be an era-defining one at Manchester United as INEOS take charge of their first transfer window in charge of footballing operations at Old Trafford.

A busy summer is expected with numerous departures and arrivals expected as INEOS make an attempt at building a competitive squad, something that has been a mere dream this season.

A report from footballtransfers confirms the clear out reports confirming that only 3 players are assured of a place in the squad.

Youngsters Kobbie Mainoo, Alejandro Garnacho and budding striker Rasmus Hojlund are the only 3 assured of a place next season.

It is reported Andre Onana and Diogo Dalot should be safe as well but not as assured as the 3 young stars.

According to the report, Sky Sports reporter Dharmesh Sheth is convinced at least 7 big names will leave Old Trafford this summer.

One big name in Raphael Varane is already on his way out as his contract will not be renewed as Fabrizio Romano confirmed on his X account earlier today.

Other reported first team names on the chopping block include Jonny Evans who was only on a short term contract that expires at the end of the season.

Marcus Rashford is perhaps the biggest name at risk of being sold but as centredevils covered, he has no intention of leaving Manchester amid intense PSG interest.

Casemiro is another big name on the list and he just may end up in Saudi as centredevils recently covered, his representatives have been having discussions with Saudi League teams.

All in all the Manchester United team may be taking on a whole new look come the summer and perhaps it is what is needed to rebuild something as broken as the current team.

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