Anderson, Nani and Zaha are all on the way out.
Manchester United trio Anderson, Nani and Wilfried Zaha are being made to train alone by manager Louis van Gaal as they all look set to be sold, according to the Mirror.
The three players have also been excluded from team meetings and meals and it would come as no surprise if they all departed Old Trafford before the transfer window shuts on September 1.
Van Gaal is famed for his ruthless streak and it hasn’t taken long for it to show itself as the Dutchman has essentially exiled the threesome before they’ve even played a competitive match under his guidance.
For Zaha this will be a particularly bitter blow as the 21-year-old has barely been given a chance to prove himself at United since joining the side from Crystal Palace in January 2013 as Sir Alex Ferguson’s last ever signing.
Under van Gaal’s predecessor David Moyes the England international struggled for game time and the youngster would have been hoping that a change of management would have seen a change in his fortunes.
Yet it is not to be and now several clubs will be put on alert due to the availability of Zaha, with his former side Palace and Newcastle United believed to be leading the chase.
For Anderson and Nani this is less unexpected, with the pair failing to make much impact on the first team in recent times and the former even loaned out to Fiorentina for the latter part of last term.
Finding potential suitors for the Brazilian on a permanent basis has been difficult though, whilst Juventus are interested in signing the Portugal international for £13m.
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