Manchester United are planning to offload three of their expensive attacking signings when the January transfer window opens.
According to the UK Sun, manager Erik ten Hag’s most expensive recruit Antony is for the chop.
Ten Hag approved the decision to spend £85million on Antony, but the winger has fallen way short of expectations.
The former Ajax star has been linked with a return to Brazil, but Flamengo’s vice president rubbished reports earlier this week that they were interested in taking the player on loan.
Jadon Sancho is another forward who is on his way out.
The Englishman is currently in exile after refusing to apologise to Ten Hag following the statement he made after he was dropped from the United squad ahead of September’s game against Arsenal.
Anthony Martial, meanwhile, is also set to be deemed surplus to requirements after falling behind summer signing Rasmus Hojlund in Ten Hag’s pecking order.
Recall that British billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe is set to make changes at the top when his purchase of a stake in Manchester United is completed, according to the UK Sun.
Ratcliffe is close to purchasing a 25% stake in the Premier League club and taking control of football operations.
He is also thought to be set to pledge £245 million to improve infrastructure.