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Transfer Gossip: Man Utd to axe four with Erik ten Hag impact hanging in the balance; Liverpool target £30m from double sale

Man United could cut four players to allow Erik ten Hag to have an instant effect in the transfer market, while Liverpool is looking for about £30 million for a forgotten pair as their team continues to disintegrate – all in Monday’s Transfer Gossip.

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According to reports, Ten Hag will have roughly £120 million to spend on new signings this summer, though that figure might rise if a quartet of fringe stars is sold.

The 52-year-old Dutch manager will be hoping to make a good first impression at Old Trafford. Manchester United have a long way to go before they can compete with Manchester City and Liverpool. However, if that is to be accomplished in the next years, the groundwork must first be laid.

United must make a strong recruiting effort this summer, and many indications indicate that central midfield is a top focus. Frenkie de Jong is thought to be a key target, but the Barcelona manager prefers Champions League football.

Financial incentives may be able to solve this problem. However, according to the Express, De Jong may use a sizable amount of Ten Hag’s alleged £120 million budget.

Ten Hag would be forced to look for significantly cheaper agreements in other issue spots. Deals for a new striker and center-back have frequently been mentioned.

According to the Express, Manchester United may now part ways with four stars in order to aid Ten Hag’s coffers. According to the report, any proceeds from the quartet’s sale will be immediately reinvested in new recruits this summer.

However, the identity of the four players in the issue may make life difficult for United.

Man Utd quartet named First, center-back duo Eric Bailly and Phil Jones are out. However, neither has played much in recent seasons, and their respective prices have fallen.

Bailly would earn the higher charge of the two. Earlier this month reports in France hinted that Ligue 1 could be his next stop. Lyon and Marseille have both been linked with transfers that could have an impact on Arsenal and West Ham.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka is the third player United might release. Crystal Palace is reportedly interested in reuniting this summer, according to The Athletic.

They are unlikely to pay anywhere near the £50 million United paid the Eagles in 2019. A loan move appears to be the most likely outcome, albeit it would do little to strengthen Ten Hag’s financial position this summer.

Anthony Martial rounds out the four-man list, however, his failure on loan with Sevilla has hampered United’s chances.

A successful loan stint would have increased his value and piqued the interest of potential bidders. During an injury-plagued period, the Frenchman, 26, managed just one goal and one assist in 12 games.

In any case, Express claim United may try to sell the foursome and take whatever they can get. Ten Hag will be able to attack his first window in Manchester with full force if this is done.



According to reports, Liverpool might pump about £30 million into Jurgen Klopp’s recruitment fund if a double sale is approved this summer.

The Reds will move quickly on from their sad campaign finale. According to the Express, Liverpool may just make one key signing this summer. However, the newest news on Sadio Mane implies that they will be busier than previously imagined.

The Sun reports that Nat Phillips and Neco Williams might go on permanent deals this summer to guarantee Klopp has the funds he requires.

Over the last six months, both have performed admirably on loan in the Championship. Phillips, 25, was a stalwart in Bournemouth’s defense, while Williams, 21, was a regular for Marco Silva’s Fulham.

The two clubs received an automatic promotion to the Premier League and are said to be interested in reuniting with the Reds duo.

Bournemouth is said to be ‘desperate’ to keep Phillips. Liverpool could take advantage of their desperation, with the report stating that they will seek a fee of £15 million.

Fulham and Williams are in a similar predicament, albeit the Cottagers have a cheaper alternative set up if Liverpool’s demands are deemed too high.

If they don’t want to pay £15 million for Williams, West Ham’s Ryan Fredericks is the most cost-effective choice.



According to a rumor, Tottenham’s deal for Ivan Perisic could mean the end for Steven Bergwijn in north London.

Antonio Conte wants to re-join forces with the versatile Croatian veteran, and Fabrizio Romano recently confirmed that a final deal has been achieved.

Perisic can play everywhere on the left flank, which the Express believes might cause Bergwijn to go.

During his time in command, the Dutchman never earned Conte’s trust and was the focus of significant conjecture tying him to a return to the Netherlands in January.

The winger would eventually stay at Spurs, but his time may be over.

Bergwijn could leave this summer, according to Romano, because of Perisic’s approaching arrival. Ajax has been identified as a top contender to sign him, however, the transfer race is still termed ‘open.’

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