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The extreme cleanup that United will undertake next summer

The extreme cleanup that United will undertake next summer

The arrival of Sir Jim Ratcliffe at Manchester United marks a significant milestone in the club’s history and promises radical change at Old Trafford. The tycoon behind Ineos has an ambitious vision: to take the team to the top of world football and compete with the best in the world. From England it is said that a profound restructuring is underway, especially in a squad that is perceived as exhausted.

With the recent acquisition of 27.7% of the club for €1.2 billion, Ratcliffe is set for an unprecedented makeover. Significant investment in new signings is expected this summer, although Financial Fair Play restrictions will also bring significant turnover. As “ESPN” reports, there is speculation that up to 11 players could leave the team. Among them, notable names such as Harry Maguire, Raphael Varane, Casemiro, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Scott McTominay, Victor Lindelöf and Christian Eriksen could be on the starting list.

The loaned items are not “saved” either.

In addition, the possibility of getting rid of four players on loan is being considered: Brandon Williams, Donny Van de Beek, Facundo Pellestri and Jadon Sancho. Ratcliffe, 71, is determined to restore the lost greatness of Manchester United, which has been mired in mediocrity for too long. His words were full of determination: “Manchester City and Liverpool are the enemy. There is no greater desire than to surpass them.”

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