Man Utd ‘make £150m worth of flops available for transfer as three names added to exit list’ in Ratcliffe overhaul


MANCHESTER UNITED are hoping to cash in on Casemiro, Antony and Christian Eriksen, according to reports.

The Red Devils are hoping to reshape their squad under Ineos’ watch this summer.

GettyChristian Eriksen, Casemiro and Antony will all be available for transfer this summer[/caption]

With United constricted by the Premier League’s PSR rules, they will have to sell players in order to increase their transfer budget.

According to talkSPORT, Casemiro, Antony and Eriksen have all been “made available for transfer”.

Man Utd signed Casemiro from Real Madrid in a £70million deal in the summer of 2022.

Following an impressive debut season in England the Brazilian’s performance levels have since dropped alarmingly.

With the 32-year-old still possessing two years on his £350,000-a-week contract, United will likely look to flog the midfielder.

Casemiro has attracted plenty of interest from Saudi Arabia, with formal proposals set to land when the league’s budget is determined by Saudi chiefs.

Antony, meanwhile, joined in a staggering £85.5m deal from Erik ten Hag‘s former club Ajax in the summer of 2022.

The Brazilian, 24, has failed to deliver and could also be sold, should United find a taker.



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Antony has scored 11 goals in 82 appearances for the Red Devils, laying on five assists.

His stats have gotten even worse this season, having netted just once in 29 Prem outings.

Eriksen, 32, has seen his prominence significantly decline this season.

The midfielder has started just 12 league matches this term, and with a year left on his contract could be set to depart.

During the March international break, the Dane admitted that he was not happy with his lack of game time.

He told Danish outlet Tipsbladet: “I have previously stated that I am not satisfied with not playing, but it’s not something that keeps me up at night.

“The team is performing, and I must respect the role I have alongside. For my part, it has been about working hard and focusing on being fresh for every game, and I am. It is easier now to accept my role than it would have been before.

“I have had a conversation with Erik [Ten Hag] about being unhappy with the situation and wanting to play as much as possible, but I am available and need to be available for the team, which I am and always will be.”

Yesterday it was confirmed that Raphael Varane will be leaving Old Trafford after three years at United.

The Frenchman, 31, said: “To you guys, supporters of Manchester United, it’s been an amazing few years to play for this special club and wearing that shirt.

“The first time I went to Old Trafford as a Man Utd player it was insane, the atmosphere was amazing.

“I fell in love with the club, with the fans. You have to play for Man Utd to understand what that represents.

“For my kids, it’s home here. It’s going to be a special place for me for life.”

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Anthony Martial is also set to leave upon the conclusion of his contract this summer.

While Aaron Wan-Bissaka is also available for transfer, with tonight’s match against Newcastle set to be his Old Trafford farewell.

The full-back, 26, has been linked with a return to Crystal Palace – and United will likely charge around £20m for him.

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GettyAaron Wan-Bissaka could leave Old Trafford for £20m this summer[/caption]

SunSport’s verdict on Man Utd flops

Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Ineos have a busy summer ahead to get Man Utd’s squad in order for next season. Below SunSport gives it verdict on how they should deal with the Red Devils flops this summer.

Andre Onana – STAY: After a dodgy start at Old Trafford Onana has proven to be one of the more reliable members of the squad this season despite being peppered with shots constantly.

Altay Bayindir – GO: Reports in February suggested Bayindir was unhappy with his bit part role at Man Utd amid interest from Turkish giants Galatasaray. If profit can be made on a sale then it should be done.

Tom Heaton – STAY: Veteran goalkeeper Heaton, 38, is a reliable back-up and is on a relatively small wage at the club. So long as he is happy it makes sense to keep him.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka – GO: Wan-Bissaka, 26, has never managed to make the right-back position his own. With his contract up in 2025 it makes sense to cash in now.

Diogo Dalot – STAY: Dalot, 26, has been one of Man Utd’s most consistent performers this season.

Raphael Varane – GO: If it wasn’t for his injury record there would be a strong shout to keep Varane, but costs need to be cut to allow the squad to be freshened up.

Harry Maguire – GO: Maguire has showed he has the right character to be at Man Utd but overall ability and desired profile are another matter, with Maguire too slow to play in a high line defence.

Lisandro Martinez – STAY: Martinez, 26, is second to none in terms of build up play. He needs a long-term defensive partner on the right side and to cut out the injuries which have plagued him this season.

Jonny Evans – GO: Veteran campaigner Evans could easily be on the stay list if he was only going to be a bit part player. But he has shown his advanced years at times this season.

Victor Lindelof – GO:  Lindelof, 29, has been reliable if not unremarkable in his Man Utd career. He has one year left on his contract so should be moved on if a decent transfer fee can be got for him.

Willy Kambwala – STAY: He should be given the opportunity to mature for a few years behind a senior CB pairing before stepping into the first team as a starter or being moved on.

Luke Shaw – GO: One of the Premier League’s best left-backs when fit, Shaw has been a good servant when available. But alas that has been his Achilles heel once again this season.

Tyrell Malacia – STAY: Malacia, 24, was decent enough to earn some merit in his first season at Man Utd before injury ended his season and inadvertently led to his second season being a write off.

Sofyan Amrabat – GO: Amrabat, 27, looked like a world beater at the Qatar World Cup with Morocco. But he’s had an underwhelming season in England and his loan spell will almost certainly not be made permanent.

Casemiro – GO: An alarming physical decline has seen him turn from key star to burden. If a club is willing to buy the 32-year-old – who has two more years on his contract – then United should snatch their hand off.

Christian Eriksen – GO: Eriksen proved a useful asset and Ineos should look to bring in another player with similar traits, but frankly his legs have looked gone towards the end of this season.

Kobbie Mainoo – STAY: The first of the so-called untouchables, Mainoo has been a rare glimmer of hope in the Red Devils midfield this season.

Mason Mount – STAY: Mount can be given the benefit of the doubt until summer 2025 at least after a debut season riddled with injury.

Scott McTominay – STAY: McTominay, 27, has proven himself to be a brilliant plan B off the bench this season, and that is exactly why Ineos should look to keep him.

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Bruno Fernandes – STAY: Man Utd’s best player since his arrival just over four years ago, Fernandes, 29, remains second-to-none when it comes to creating chances while his tenacity boosts those around him.

Antony – GO: There’s a case to argue that Antony may be the worst pound-for-pound signing in Premier League history. Despite some memorable moments he simply isn’t Man Utd quality.

Anthony Martial – GO: Ultimately Martial needs to be let go when his deal runs out this summer after an appalling injury record of late.

Marcus Rashford – STAY: As easy as it would be to say Rashford should leave the club this summer, it is difficult to look at the market and find many available players capable of scoring 30 goals a season.

Alejandro Garnacho – STAY: Another third of the untouchables trio, Garnacho has made the right-wing his own since coming into it. He’s a raw talent but has shown he has the quality to improve.

Rasmus Hojlund – STAY: A slow burner in his first Man Utd season, the 21-year-old has often been starved of supply which has led to him being unable to get the goals his movement and unselfish play often merits.

Amad Diallo – STAY: In the fleeting moments he has been on the pitch for Man Utd this season, Diallo has looked dangerous and exciting. He should be given a chance to flourish with some proper chances in the first team across a whole season.

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