A number of players future’s are up in the air and with no manager Louis Van Gaal coming in, will seek clarification.
Last week it was claimed that the Dutchman had made it clear to Ed Woodward the players he deems surplus to requirements at his United but the Telegraph have clarified and updated this list which includes Javier Hernandez, Wilfried Zaha and last summer signing Marouane Fellaini.
Mark Ogden writes:
Wilfried Zaha, who spent the final six months of last season on loan at Cardiff, is likely to travel on the pre-season tour of the United States, but the 21-year-old is another who could be sold this summer.
Nani, Tom Cleverley and Javier Hernández are the subject of interest from elsewhere, while Ashley Young and Marouane Fellaini may also prove expendable should offers be made from rival clubs.
Ogden also claims that United will assess Anderson when he returns to pre season after a disappointing spell at Fiorentina.
It was thought that the Brazilian would make his move to Florence permanent but they rejected the chance after he failed to impress in his 8 appearances in Italy:
Louis van Gaal could be forced to resolve the future of Manchester United outcast Anderson with the midfielder failing to earn a permanent transfer to Fiorentina following an unproductive loan spell in Italy… United had hoped to sell him to the Italian outfit following his failure to justify the transfer fee sanctioned by Sir Alex Ferguson to complete the Brazilian’s move seven years ago.
But with La Viola securing Europa League qualification with a fourth-placed Serie A finish largely without the contribution of the 26-year-old, United are now understood to be focusing on other options with the player. Anderson’s future is one of the issues to be discussed by recently-appointed manager Van Gaal and executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward.