The transition period of Manchester United will continue in the January transfer window as well. Since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took charge of Manchester United, the performance of the club has gradually increased. Ole has released some players to go who were underperforming or not willing to play for the club.
As per some reports, the same will happen to some of the players this season. Up to five Manchester United stars could be leaving the club in January. Three of them in loan and two in a permanent deal. The players who can be loaned out are Dean Henderson, Brandon Williams, and Jesse Lingard. Sergio Romero and Marcos Rojo will be sold permanently this winter.
According to The MEN, Dean Henderson is considering a loan move after talking to his manager. The MEN reported, ‘Henderson has started four times for United this season and is understood to be open to a loan move in the January transfer window if he is not given a run in the side ahead of David de Gea.’
The young defender Brandon Williams may also move to Southampton in a loan move. The Athletic reported, ‘Southampton are one of several clubs paying close attention to Brandon Williams’ situation. The defender was open to a loan move to St Mary’s in the summer transfer window to get regular games but that deal was blocked by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who assured Williams that he was part of his plans for the season.’
Jesse Lingard has struggled extremely in the last two seasons. He has only started two Carabao Cup games and has not played a single minute in either the Premier League or Champions League. He also may be loaned out.
On the other hand Sergio Romero wants to leave the club after the ‘ill-treatment’ from Manchester United management.
Multiple clubs are also interested in Marcos Rojo. Fenerbahce is considering a move for the Argentine defender.