Premier League giants Manchester United will offload six players at the end of this season in what would be a major rebuilding job at the club.
This is according to widespread reports in the British media.
Manchester United have already kick-started the rebuilding job with the appointment of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as the club’s permanent manager.
The former Red Devils striker was able to turn the fortunes of the club around following his appointment as the interim manager in December.
Manchester United have given him a three-year deal until the end of the 2021/22 season.
Six players will leave the club this summer according to the specific publication from the Daily Mail.
Ander Herrera, Marcos Rojo, Juan Manuel Mata, Antonio Valencia and Matteo Damian all have few months left on their respective Manchester United deals and they are expected to leave the club when their contracts expire this summer.
Ivorian international Eric Bailly is the sixth and final player to be offloaded as reported by the aforementioned publication.
He has not been able to nail down a Manchester United starting XI spot since his transfer from Villarreal in the summer of 2016.
Eric Bailly has two years left on his Manchester United contract and he has missed the last two games because of the head injury sustained while he was on international duty with Ivory Coast.