While the January transfer window may have closed just last week, many are already anticipating a hectic summer at Old Trafford.
With a 2-1 home win over Crystal Palace over the weekend, Manchester United appear to be on track for a long-awaited return to the Champions League this season.
However, while the likes of Brazil international Anthony may have only arrived in Manchester last summer for a fee of around £81.3m, some of Erik ten Hag’s stars appear set to leave in 2023. .
With the former Ajax boss making it clear he’s desperate to get the silver medal back at Old Trafford, a potential squad rebuild could be on the cards.
While ten Hag looks to build a team that can truly win a title in the future, we’ve taken a look at a few Manchester United superstars whose days may be numbered.
While ten Hag may have made it clear during the January transfer window that he wants to keep Harry Maguire at Old Trafford, the England international has dropped out of United’s plans for the first team.
Closely linked to a potential move to Aston Villa last month, the 29-year-old has had a nightmarish spell at home over the past 24 months and has only come under scrutiny.
While the former Leicester defender may have continued to solidify his place in Gareth Southgate’s England squad, Maguire hasn’t been able to make a name for himself since ten Haug arrived at Manchester last year.
Watching World Cup winner Lisandro Martinez make an impact immediately after arriving at Old Trafford this season, Maguire is tearing down the ten Hag hierarchy.
Having not made a single Premier League start since United’s 3-0 home win over Bournemouth on 3 January, the international with 53 caps appears to have come to terms with the fact that his future lies in the other place.
Mirror It was reported over the weekend that United had already informed Maguire that they were ready to accept a potential offer at the end of the season.
Having once again missed out on Saturday’s 2-1 victory over Crystal Palace after an easy strike last month, Scott McTominay is definitely facing an uncertain future at Old Trafford.
While the Scotland international could have made a difference under former interim boss Ralph Rangnick last season, the 26-year-old found himself in a very similar position to Maguire.
With Brazilian ace Casemiro just continuing to storm the Premier League since arriving in England last summer, McTominay has struggled to make a big impact under ten Hag on both sides of the World Cup break.
The homegrown United star has made only one top-flight start since returning from the holiday break and has also seen Christian Eriksen pass him on the ten Hag midfield list.
With persistent reports in recent weeks that the former Ajax boss is interested in signing England ace Declan Rice this summer, McTominay is seeing growing speculation about his long-term future at Manchester.
In fact, like Maguire, daily mail It was reported on Saturday that the Scottish midfielder was in danger of leaving Old Trafford in 2023.
While Anthony Martial may have kicked off February with an EFL Cup strike against Nottingham Forest, the former Monaco star has had an injury nightmare since arriving at Old Trafford in 2015.
Having suffered yet another setback and missed the weekend, Martial is another big name that could leave Manchester this summer.
Ten Hag is believed to have set his sights on a daring raid on Tottenham’s talisman Harry Kane when the window reopens, the 27-year-old has failed to find a permanent spot under the Dutch tactician.
He spent last season on loan at Spain’s Sevilla and it looks like the French striker could gradually leave Old Trafford in 2023.
Having recorded just three goals in the Premier League this season and made just a couple of top-flight appearances since the start of the New Year, Sun It was reported over the weekend that United were looking to remove Martial from their payroll.
Having made way for both Marcus Rashford and loaned Wout Weghorst, Martial himself could also be open to a new adventure outside of Manchester.