Manchester United are prepared to offload another nine players as part of Erik ten Hag's summer clear-out.
The Dutchman is targeting five signings in his first transfer window at the club – and wants to work with a leaner squad than predecessors Jose Mourinho and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
That will require a huge exodus before the start of the season, in addition to the high-profile departures of Paul Pogba, Edinson Cavani, Jesse Lingard, Nemanja Matic and Juan Mata already.
Eric Bailly and Phil Jones will both be allowed to leave, while Anthony Martial and Aaron Wan-Bissaka will have to impress their new manager in pre-season.
They agreed a new regime was the perfect chance for a reset, with the exits of a host of players seen as key to the overhaul the former Ajax manager plans to implement at Old Trafford.
The number of high-earners who have come to the end of their contracts, with Pogba the most notable case, has aided Ten Hag’s squad revamp.
It will have a big impact on the wage bill, which should also give United more room for manoeuvre in what is expected to be their busiest summer in recent memory.
Free agent Christian Eriksen has also been offered a contract.
Ajax forward Antony is a leading forward target, with clubmate Lisandro Martinez among the names Ten Hag is considering at centre-back along with Villarreal’s Pau Torres. Ten Hag is also an admirer of Inter right-back Denzel Dumfries.
But just as notable as the incomings, will be the departures in a summer of major change...