Manchester United Open to Offers for First-Team Players as Club Seeks Revamp

Manchester United is reportedly open to offers for most of their first-team squad this summer as part of a bid to rejuvenate the club’s competitiveness in major competitions. The initiative comes as Sir Jim Ratcliffe aims to steer the club back into contention for significant honors.

While Marcus Rashford is among the players listed for potential departure, club sources emphasize their preference to retain the England striker and collaborate on restoring his peak form, which saw him net 30 goals last season for the first time.

Although Paris St-Germain has been linked with Rashford in the past, recent sources have downplayed the Champions League semi-finalists’ interest, particularly as they face the prospect of losing star player Kylian Mbappe.

Youngsters Rasmus Hojlund, Kobbie Mainoo, and Alejandro Garnacho, who are regular starters under manager Erik ten Hag, are reportedly exempt from potential sales as the club prioritizes their development.

United would require significant offers before even considering parting ways with skipper Bruno Fernandes, goalkeeper Andre Onana, and full-back Diogo Dalot. Dalot, in particular, recently committed to the club with a new five-year contract less than a year ago, further solidifying his importance to the team.

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