Manchester United plans to release 12 players from the team at the end of this season.

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Manchester United, under shareholder Sir Jim Rashcliffe, is preparing to undergo major surgery this summer, releasing 12 players including the team’s stars and another 10 players. Can continue next season

INEOS investment group under Sir Jim Rashcliffe came to own 27.7% of Manchester United’s Class B shares in February. Prepare to part ways with 12 players this summer. Because the team wants to look for new changes. Including managing finances so as not to affect the Premier League’s profit and sustainability rules as well.

The 12 players whose names have been reveal include Raphael Varane, Victor Lindelof, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Harry Maguire. Is a player in the midfield defense. Casemiro, Christian Eriksen will be releas, while Sofiyan Amrabat, who is on loan from Fiorentina. There will be no use of the option to buy. Facundo Pellistri, the winger who left Granada. Borrowed money will also be releas. Meanwhile, in attack, Anthony, ทางเข้า ufabet, Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Anthony Martial are all in line to be releas to interest teams to make offers.

On the other hand, Rashcliffe told United that only 10 players’ status in the squad remains safe. Names revealed include Mason Mount, who has yet to prove himself this season due to injury problems since joining from Chelsea. And played only 17 matches and scored only 1 goal. The other one is Rasmus Houylud, striker for the Danish national team, including Andre Onana. Who has recently shown great save form to help the team. Continuing, Lisandro Martinez, Diogo Dalot, Luke Shaw and team captain Bruno Fernandes are all in a safe position and will not be list for sale as well. While Alejandro Carnacho, Cobby Mainu, and Willy Kwambala are three young players. Who will be an important force at Old Trafford going forward. next season

It is expect that if Manchester United can actually release all 12 players. Will allow the team to reduce expenses and manage finances more easily. It does not affect the Financial Fair Play rules.