Reports suggest that Manchester United could see the departure of three senior players this week, despite the closure of the transfer window in Europe.
The club’s transfer activities in January were notably impacted by Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s recent investment, which is still undergoing Premier League approval.
With the focus now on securing a strong league finish and making progress in the FA Cup, attention is also on impressing the incoming INEOS team, who will soon oversee United’s football operations.
Amidst these developments, Christian Eriksen’s potential move to Galatasaray remains uncertain, with the Turkish transfer window closing soon. Although United may consider an approach before the deadline, doubts linger over the feasibility of a deal. However, Galatasaray could intensify their pursuit of Eriksen in the summer.
Anthony Martial, sidelined with injury and with only six months remaining on his contract, was reportedly a target for Fenerbahce earlier in the window. While a move didn’t materialize then, Fenerbahce may renew their interest before the transfer window shuts.
In another development, Raphael Varane has been linked with a move to Al Nassr in the Saudi Pro League, given his contract situation at United. Additionally, there’s speculation that Varane could eye a move to Major League Soccer during the ongoing transfer window in the US, which lasts until April 24. If Varane continues to find playing time scarce, a move stateside might become increasingly appealing.