8 Man Utd players set to follow Alexis Sanchez out of Old Trafford this summer

But he could be followed out of the exit door by several players – and here’s a look at those who could be gone.
Like Sanchez, Chris Smalling departed for Italy last summer.
The centre-back joined Roma on loan where he has impressed with the club keen to make the move permanent.
United are holding out for the highest possible fee, but a deal looks inevitable despite some claims he could find a way back.
With Victor Lindelof and Harry Maguire impressing in defence and Axel Tuanzebe being touted as United’s next in line, it is hard to see a spot for Smalling to return and a permanent exit looks to be just around the corner.
The arrival of Bruno Fernandes has been overwhelmingly positive for Manchester United – but not for Andreas Pereira.
The midfielder has barely got a look-in since Fernandes arrived, dropping far down the pecking order and not helped by the return of Paul Pogba from injury.
Whilst a popular member of the squad, Pereira’s opportunities at Old Trafford look to be severely limited and he could well be set for an exit if the right offer comes in.
Sanchez and Smalling are not the only United players out on loan.
Marcos Rojo has been back in Argentina with Estudiantes and looks likely to stay.
Whilst a deal with the club has not been ironed out, his future at Old Trafford looks bleak and he is one of their stars set for the exit.
Diogo Dalot was tipped for big things under Jose Mourinho.
But he has barely featured under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and was preferred to Timothy Fosu-Mensah in the closing stages of the campaign.
With Solskjaer reportedly targeting more reinforcements at full-back, it is hard to see where Dalot fits in and his age and potential means the club could cash-in and attract a fee to reinvest elsewhere.
Phil Jones is now Manchester United’s longest serving player – but that might soon change.
The experienced defender has barely featured this season and might find himself further out of favour if Solskjaer signs a new centre-back.
Even if he does not, Axel Tuanzebe has now found himself ahead of Jones in the battle to partner Harry Maguire and it looks although Jones might finally leave Old Trafford after nine years at the club.
All eyes are on the goalkeeper position at Old Trafford.
The return of Dean Henderson will add competition to David de Gea – and seemingly squeeze out Sergio Romero.
Romero is already considered one of the top back-ups in the league but was preferred to De Gea in the FA Cup semi-final.
If Henderson does return to the club then it is hard to see a way the three can be kept and Romero could well make way given he would probably have no shortage of suitors.
Jesse Lingard finally got on the scoresheet in the final game of the Premier League season.
It could save his Manchester United career – or simply put him in the shop window.
Lingard linked up with super agent Mino Raiola in January and has been linked with a switch, potentially following his former team-mates to Italy.
With the likes of Jadon Sancho and Jack Grealish on United’s radar, his opportunities could be even more limited and a move might be best for both parties.
Lingard has been honest about his struggles on and off the pitch and a change of scenery might be the perfect solution.
Not all of United’s exits will be permanent – and youngster James Garner needs game time.
The teenage midfielder, who has drawn comparisons with Michael Carrick, is admired by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and has been on the fringes of his squad.
But with Champions League rather than Europa League football and potential for new midfield reinforcements, it is hard to see a way into the side for Garner.
He has been tipped to head to the Championship on loan and that looks a likely summer move.
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