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Manchester United plan to ‘dump’ three attacking players in January transfer window

In the upcoming January transfer window, Manchester United is set to offload three of their high-priced attacking signings, as part of a broader reevaluation prompted by incoming minority owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe.

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Ratcliffe is seeking explanations for the club’s substantial £1.4 billion expenditure on players since the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson a decade ago.

Among the casualties is Antony, the most expensive recruit under the management of Erik ten Hag. Despite a hefty £85 million investment in the Brazilian winger, Antony has fallen significantly short of expectations and appears ill-equipped for the demands of English football.

While there were rumors linking Antony to a return to Brazil, Flamengo’s vice president dismissed reports of interest in a loan deal earlier this week.

Jadon Sancho, having refused to apologize to his manager for a statement released after being dropped from the squad in September, remains in exile.

United is poised to cut their losses, with a potential return to Borussia Dortmund on the horizon.

Another casualty is Anthony Martial, who is now considered surplus to requirements, having fallen behind summer signing Rasmus Hojlund in Ten Hag’s pecking order.

Hojlund, the Denmark international, has been making a mark with impressive performances, scoring two goals against FC Copenhagen in a recent match.

Despite the challenges, Ten Hag has received support from the squad, with Hojlund praising him as a “really good coach” who pays attention to every detail and instills confidence in the players.

The team remains hopeful that success is on the horizon under Ten Hag’s guidance.

Stay tuned for updates as Manchester United undergoes a reshuffle in the upcoming transfer window.

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