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Manchester United to cash in on two players this summer with three more futures revealed



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Manchester United are reportedly ready to cash in on both Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Christian Eriksen ahead of them entering the final year of their contracts.

As reported by Pete O’Rourke of Football Insider, United are likely to look to cash in on both Eriksen and Wan-Bissaka to raise some cash before the pair leave for free the following season.

Both players have had mixed spells at Old Trafford, and neither is seen as a long-term member of the United squad going forward.

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Wan-Bissaka’s future has been the subject of speculation for some time, with question marks over his ability remaining throughout his time at the club.

Starting less than 25 league games for each of his last three Premier League seasons, Wan-Bissaka has been used more as a utility player over the last few years.

Eriksen meanwhile, has fallen down the pecking order of Erik ten Hag’s squad, making just 12 Premier League starts this season, 13 fewer than he managed in his debut season at the club.

With this in mind, alongside United needing to raise funds to comply with financial restrictions ahead of a summer of recruitment, Eriksen and Wan-Bissaka are seen as logical sales.

Additionally, the same outlet revealed last week that the futures of Jonny Evans (36), Tom Heaton (38,) and Anthony Martial (28) have all been confirmed.

Each of the three players above has been informed that their contracts will not be extended before they expire at the end of next month. This is despite Evans being picked by Ten Hag in 23 separate Premier League matches this season.

The three players earn a reported £360,000 a week on salary, clearing off a massive amount of United’s weekly expenditure.

Meanwhile, Eriksen and Wan-Bissaka are paid £150,000 and £90,000 each, meaning that if all five were to leave Old Trafford, the club would save £600,000 a week on wages.