A report claims that Memphis Depay and Morgan Schneiderlin could be on the move this summer, just 12 months after they joined Manchester United.
Manchester United have reportedly decided to cut their losses on two players that only arrived at the club last summer.
The Red Devils splashed out around £50m to recruit Memphis Depay and Morgan Schneiderlin from PSV Eindhoven and Southampton respectively.
However, as the pair have failed to nail down a regular spot in Louis van Gaal's starting lineup, offers will be considered for both, according to The Sun.
The report adds that the defensive duo of Marcos Rojo and Phil Jones are also likely to be sold if a suitable bid is received.
Reserve goalkeeper Sergio Romero is also expected to leave, with River Plate said to be interested in the Argentine.
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