Erik Ten Hag is rebuilding Manchester United, and the Dutchman has shown he is not afraid of making tough decisions with some of his calls in recent weeks.
He has ditched the very popular David de Gea and replaced him with Andre Onana and beat Arsenal to sign Mason Mount from Chelsea as well.
United are expected to land a new striker in the coming weeks and will also offload a considerable number of players who they have made surplus to requirements.
A report on Football Insider reveals the Red Devils are expecting at least four more first-team players to leave before this transfer window closes.
The report claims the Red Devils expect Fred, Scott McTominay, Dean Henderson and Eric Bailly to all leave the club in the coming weeks.
Fred and McTominay continue to train with the group, but it does not mean they have a future with Ten Hag, who wants a team capable of competing for the best trophies in England and Europe.
Bailly was on loan at Olympique Marseille last season and has interest from at least one club in Saudi Arabia, with United hoping he will find accommodation there.
Henderson did well on loan at Nottingham Forest in the last campaign and is in talks to return there on a permanent deal after Andre Onana’s arrival effectively ended his chances of becoming the next Manchester United number one.