As Man United plans to clear out squad, the club decides about loan player

Manchester United could recall most of their loan players but are unsure about one.

Manchester United are unsure wether to bring back a loan player this summer.
Manchester United are unsure wether to bring back a loan player this summer.

Manchester United has hinted that the squad next season will look completely different from the one this season. Man United could also consider switching managers, as Erik Ten Hag has produced inconsistent results with the team. Sir Jim Ratcliffe is planning to build a new squad that can become competitive for many trophies next season; The English owner wants the team to qualify for Europe next season in order to complete an overhaul in the squad this summer.

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Man United is 6th in the Premier League table, but their win against Everton at Old Trafford has gotten them closer to the European spots on the league table. Man United are on 47 points while Spurs are 5th with 50 points and Aston Villa are on 55 points in 4th place. Tomorrow in the Premier League, Aston Villa and Spurs will play each other at Villa Park, which guarantees that either of them could drop points. Manchester United also hopes that the 5th spot in the league will become an automatic spot for the Champions League next season. It could happen if Man City and Arsenal progress far in this Champions League season.

While Man United tries to qualify for the Champions League next season, the club's board is planning to get rid of many players. According to Manchester News MEN, As many as 21 players could be leaving Manchester United this summer. The list includes players like Rashford, Varane, Maguire, Casemiro, Sancho, and Antony who are on high wages. Manchester United is unsure about bringing all the loan players back into the squad next season, including Mason Greenwood.

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Mason Greenwood will likely return to Man United this summer, but the owners might block the recall

The Daily Star reports that Manchester United bosses are expected to block Mason Greenwood from going on the club's pre-season tour of the United States after the forward returns from his loan spell with Getafe. Man United is open to selling him in the summer, with FC Barcelona showing interest.

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