Man Utd 'facing mass transfer exodus with SEVENTEEN players unhappy under Rangnick including Cavani and van de Beek'

MANCHESTER UNITED could almost see a whole matchday squad walk out the door next summer.

Up to SEVENTEEN first-team stars are reportedly unhappy at Old Trafford and angling to leave.


The Mail reports several of them are under contract and will be under no circumstances allowed to go.

But club bosses are still said to be preparing for losses to hit double figures as team morale slumps to rock bottom.

Interim boss Ralf Rangnick is said to be battling a mutinous dressing room, with certain squad members questioning if he is up to the task.

Anthony Martial could be heading for the exit as early as this month with a potential loan to Sevilla being hammered out.

Paul Pogba and Jesse Lingard are both out of contract in the summer and show little sign of renewing before then.

Veteran striker Edison Cavani has been told he cannot leave on loan in January but will be available on a free at the end of the season.

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Donny van de Beek has never settled since joining from boyhood club Ajax back in September 2020.

And keeper Dean Henderson and defender Eric Bailly are both said to be frustrated with a lack of minutes at the Theatre of Dreams.

Regular first-teamers Nemanja Matic, Fred and Diogo Dalot are all out of contract in 2023 – although United can extend Fred and Dalot’s stays by another year beyond that.

Juan Mata has been surplus to requirements for several seasons and could head to LaLiga or the USA on loan this month.

But Phil Jones could force a temporary move to Benfica despite featuring for the first time in two years during the drab 1-0 loss to Wolves on Monday.

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