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Manchester United Set £5m Loan Fee For Clubs To Sign Out-Of-Favour Striker

Clubs will have to pay £5m for England forward.

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Manchester United have reportedly set a £5m loan fee that clubs will have to pay to sign Danny Welbeck for the season, according to the Sun.

The Red Devils look likely to make further changes to their squad on transfer deadline day, with players moving both in and out in the final hours of the summer transfer window.

Welbeck is one of many players who doesn’t seem to be in Louis van Gaal’s plans for the new season, with the Dutch tactician already offloading the likes of Nani, Wilfried Zaha and Shinji Kagawa in an effort to clear out the deadwood from his squad.

The likes of Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur have been linked with a late move for Welbeck, who looks likely to be the next high-profile exit from Old Trafford this summer, despite another striker, Javier Hernandez, also looking like leaving on loan to Real Madrid.

This could leave United short of options in attack, though they have brought in Angel Di Maria and could be one of the clubs in with a chance of snapping up AS Monaco front-man Radamel Falcao before the transfer window slams shut at 11pm.

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