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Manchester City Playermaker Kevin De Bruyne has left Manchester City this morning to join shocking Saudi Arabia Club.

Manchester United has been disappointed with the current season because they are now trailing in the race to qualify for the Champions League.

Erik ten Hag’s team is currently sitting sixth in the Premier League, three points behind fifth-place Tottenham Hotspur and eight points behind fourth-place Aston Villa.

The latest investment from INEOS CEO and British billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe has United supporters feeling upbeat about the team’s chances of success in the future.

Ratcliffe and his group are ready to take over as the football team’s leaders after the contract was formally confirmed last week.

Considerable roster changes are anticipated in the run-up to the summer transfer window. According to reports from the Manchester Evening News, United may decide to shed up to ten players during the summer season.

Many players have contracts with less than a year left on them, which makes them possible exit prospects. These players include Aaron Wan Bissaka, Victor Lindelof, and Facundo Pellistri.

Barcelona has apparently expressed interest in Mason Greenwood, who is presently on loan at Getafe in La Liga. United has reportedly set an asking price for the gifted forward.

After a poor season, midfielder Casemiro has been linked to a move to the Middle East, raising doubts about his future.

Furthermore, players on loan from Old Trafford like Alvaro Fernandez, Donny van de Beek, Hannibal Mejbri, and Jadon Sancho may not be back there in the future.

In addition, Marcus Rashford, a forward, has had a lacklustre season; this raises the potential that United may contemplate cutting ties with the Englishman.

In addition to the players already listed, it is anticipated that Tom Heaton, Anthony Martial, and Raphael Varane would leave when their contracts expire at the end of the current campaign.

All things considered, Manchester United seems ready for a big roster makeover during the next transfer window as they look to improve their roster and increase their competitiveness in both domestic and European competitions.

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