With a new manager comes new ideas. David Moyes will want to mould the squad in his image and to a style and brand of football he adopts, with this will come changes to the current Manchester United squad. We’ve already had a look at five possible incomings to our midfield, now we have a look at five possible outgoings.
Of course at the moment this is all speculation, but after the current seasons performances and various situations. These are the players that if sold, I wouldn’t be all to shocked to see them leave.
Wayne Rooney – £35million
This is the second time he has handed in a transfer request, Wayne Rooney has angered the majority of United fans who have only just forgiven the striker from what happened two years ago. The rumour is Chelsea and PSG are sniffing around him, and if you offered me £35million for him right now, I’d bite your hand off.
Nani – £15million
The winger found his opportunities limited this year, and when given the chance he put in a below par performance. Much like our other natural wingers it has to be said. Sir Alex preferred Welbeck and Kagawa out wide this year, and with Zaha expected to become a first-team member, is Nani’s place under threat?
Anderson – £8-10million
Anderson has suffered an injury hit six years at Old Trafford and impressed in patches. He often starts the season well, gets an injury and then struggles to recapture his form. Similar to Nani, if the emergence of young talent (in this case Nick Powell) gets his chance, Anderson could find himself out of Moyes’ plans.
Anders Lindegaard – £2million
Its hard to believe Lindegaard was our first choice keeper 18 months ago. This season he has found himself bench warming due to De Gea’s fine form, but when given the chance the Dane has largely disappointed. Why not cash in on him now and give his game time to young English keeper Ben Amos?
Federico Macheda – £2million
I find myself saying this every year but surely Macheda’s time is up? After various unsuccessful loan spells the Italian is somewhat a forgotten man at Old Trafford, and it has all gone downhill since he burst onto the scene in 2008.
If all these players were sold, Moyes would add a handy £65million to his transfer kitty. Meaning he can stamp his own authority on the squad and hopefully address that midfield problem!