- Man United are billed to have a busy transfer window that could see a number of big names leave the club
- David de Gea and Anthony Martial are among the high-profile names facing uncertain futures at Old Trafford
- Solskjaer's desire to sign a formidable partner for Harry Maguire has also left Victor Lindelof's place in the squad under threat
Up to six Man United players are reportedly staring at an uncertain future at Old Trafford even as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer plans to run the rule over his squad.
A huge chunk of the squad has already returned to training after enjoying a deserved break following a busy 2020/21 season.
According to Mirror UK, a large section of those who were present for the first pre-season session at Carrington have their time at United short-lived as questions continue lingering over the future of a number of players.
David de Gea and Anthony Martial headline a list of players who are said to the on the chopping board, with Axel Tuanzebe and Tahith Chong also earmarked for sale.
De Gea is believed to be facing a testing summer at Old Trafford after watching Dean Henderson emerge as a potential no.1 choice in goal.
The recent signing of Tom Heaton further complicates the Spaniard's place in the United squad.
Meanwhile, the arrival of Jadon Sancho is thought to have spelt bad news for Martial, with the Frenchman's place in the squad now under threat.
Donny van de Beek and Victor Lindelof are the other players who could be shipped out, with the former already courting interest from Real Madrid.
Despite playing a central role in United's squad last season, Lindelof's place in the team is under threat as Solskjaer is said to be shopping for a more versatile centre-back to play alongside Harry Maguire.
De Gea ready to fight for his place
Since the completion of the outgone Premier League season, Manchester United have been trying to bolster their squad ahead of the coming term in the topflight.
The Red Devils chiefs are ready to support manager Ole Solskjaer for him to recruit new good players before the start of the 2021/21 Premier League season.