- Man United are looking to offload six players due to their current run of form in the league
- Pundits Craig Burley has suggested seven players that will not be useful in Solskjaer's plans
- The Red Devils are currently 18 points off Liverpool on the Premier League standing
Man United have reportedly told manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to sell six players to save their season from crumbling.
The Red Devils are 18 points of the pace after 11 Premier League games and it has been their worst start to a new season in 30 years.
ESPN FC pundit Craig Burley has named seven players he believes will not be useful in Solskjaer's squad for the rest of the season.
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Burley's first pick was Frenchman Paul Pogba and his reason was because of his off field activities which does not translate to the team's current situation.
The former Scotland international chose Fred as his second choice claiming the Brazilian midfielder has been unable to justify his £50million signing and has been be outshined by Scott McTominay.
Marcos Rojo and Nemanja Matic were next on the list of Burley claiming the Argentine is not a dependable player while the Serbia has gone out of colour.
He surprisingly mentioned Phil Jones and Ashley Young citing that the stand-in captain was converted from a winger to a defender while Jones has stayed at Old Trafford for too long.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Jorginho has become the toast of Chelsea fans following the Blues fifth straight Premier League win over Watford.
The Italy international provided world class assist for Tammy Abraham's first half goal after just five minutes played at Vicarage Road.
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