Manchester United signings represent an investment on a millionaire scale, not only for the amount paid, but for the salary expense that they will have to assume for the next few years. That cost could be lowered if local and international hits come in bulk, in addition to T-shirt sales, endorsements and other revenue that represents money for the coffers. However, it would not be enough to cover the part of salaries.
The sale of players would be necessary to calmly sustain the finances of the club, given the arrivals of Varane, Sancho and Ronaldo, seeking to reduce the salary burden that it represents for the club. According to information from the newspapers The Sun and Daily Mail, the Reds list footballers such as Donny Van De Beek, Jesse Lingard, Anthony Martial, Diogo Galot, Phil Jones, Alex Telles and Éric Bailly.
They are players who do not enter Solskjaer’s plans as starters and would not see badly an eventual exit from the club. It should be noted that the reds would also seek to make another costly transfer soon, this is the case of Declan Rice, who stood out with England in the Eurocup and is priced at a figure close to 70 million euros.
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