Old Trafford side look to cash-in on talent that has cost the Premier League side a hefty fee to assemble.
Man United boss Louis van Gaal is a man on a mission, keen to re-shuffle his Old Trafford pack having run the rule over those in his squad.
The Daily Express claims that £100m worth of talent could on their way out as the Dutch manager goes about attempting to repair the damage done by his predecessor David Moyes.
Van Gaal will surely have been hugely impressed with the lion’s share of his squad after Man United’s successful North American tour secured five wins from five matches, but seemingly some are still set for the chop.
On the subject of his Man United charges Van Gaal has stated;
“I shall make judgments after this tour,”
“I have let all the players play and I know now more [about them] than before the tour.
“Now also it is a little bit soon to judge but in football you have to judge and you have to give a chance to the player to make a transfer when I see that his prospects to play are not so high.
“You have to say it in advance because it’s too late after August 31 and I will tell players after the tour – but to them, not to you.”
The young winger is set for a Man United exit and the Old Trafford side are ready to take a big ‘hit’ with any offer bound to be far lower than the £15m they paid for the Crystal Palace man back in January 2013.
A loan move is one option though an outright sale appears to be one Van Gaal is hoping to secure.