Manchester United are actively looking to sell Javier Hernandez, Anderson and Shinji Kagawa according to The Telegraph.
All three players featured against MK Dons this week but failed to leave a lasting impression during the 4-0 loss to make Louis van Gaal change this mind.
Mark Ogden also suggests Cleverley and Welbeck after also available for sale if the right offer arrives.
Ian Ladyman from the Daily Mail has covered the same story and there’s no surprise to see Hernandez and Anderson’s name on the list of players Van Gaal doesn’t want as part of his squad.
Do you think United should sell any of the players mentioned? If so, why?
Neither have shown any reason for Van Gaal to believe he can be part of their philosophy and their spots in the squad would be better used by a new signing or a promoted member of the youth team.
As for Kagawa, his career under Van Gaal has never got started and nor did it in his first year at the club.
Kagawa’s game time will be very limited at United this year given how far down the pecking order he is and United may decide now is the right time for him to find a new club.
United need to sell more players this summer, of that there is no doubt, because streamlining the squad is critical to a season without European football and Van Gaal needs to stamp his identity on the squad.