Connect with us


Manchester United reduce transfer demands for two outcasts, clubs are interested



| Last Updated:


Manchester United are willing to listen to cut-price offers for two players in Erik ten Hag’s squad during the upcoming summer transfer window.

The Reds are expected to make major changes to the playing squad at Old Trafford as Sir Jim Ratcliffe, and INEOS look to accelerate their rebuild of the club.

In order to bring in star signings such as Jarrad Branthwaite or Michael Olise, as well as needed depth, United will need to trim down their squad.

According to recent reports, almost every player in the squad is available for transfer should the club receive tempting fees. Young players like Kobbie Mainoo are exempt while Bruno Fernandes has also been assured by INEOS that they want him to stay.

However, some players will likely be pushed out the door, and to ensure business is done, United are reportedly planning to reduce their demands for at least two players this summer.

Reports: United reduce transfer demands for two players

According to a report this week from The Sun, Aaron Wan-Bissaka is one player the club are willing to listen to cut-price offers for. The defender has a year left on his contract at Old Trafford.

It was added that their asking price for Wan-Bissaka will be dropped to around £20 million. United bought the 26-year-old for £50m in the summer of 2019 from Crystal Palace.

The Manchester Evening News have stated that both Palace and West Ham enquired about the right-back earlier this year ahead of the summer.

Meanwhile, another report from Football Insider has claimed that the Reds are now willing to accept a “relatively small offer” for Christian Eriksen.

The Dane arrived on a free transfer at the beginning of last season and so the club will be guaranteed a profit from any fee received for his sale this summer.

It was added that United are looking to cash in early on the 32-year-old this summer. Galatasaray have been linked with him, while Brentford boss Thomas Frank has admitted he would welcome back Eriksen with open arms.