Manchester United Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who is still on a rebuilding process at the club is set to call it quit to four of his senior players this summer.
The club might have been in a staggering form, playing 17 matches unbeaten with four wins in a row as goals continue to pour in for the Old Trafford side.
But Solskjaer who earlier on in the summer allowed Romelu Lukaku to join Inter Milan on a permanent basis, while Alexis followed suit with a loan deal, Marcus Rojo and Chris Smalling moved on loan to Argentina and Italy respectively is still on a work in progress.
Rojo’s Agent Jonathan Barnett admitted that the defender might be shown the exit door as Solskjaer doesn’t include him in his plans.
Meanwhile, United reporter Laurie Whitwell also includes the triplet of Phil Jones, Chris Smalling and Alexis Sanchez to join Rojo in departing the club this summer.
Smalling 30, was reported by Italian Website Sportitalia to have agreed a permanent deal with Roma worth around €20m, cementing Whitwell’s report.
With United having been constantly linked with a summer move for England forward Jadon Sancho, a clear-out of some players might be required to include the 20-year old on their payroll.