SHOCKING NEWS:coming from Fabrizio Romano, Manchester United co-owner Jim Ratcliffe is said to be planning a “ruthless” revolution at the club, with up to eleven players potentially facing the axe this summer. According to Romano, sir Jim Ratcliffe is planning to overhaul the United squad in a bid to return the club to its former glory. With some big names said to be on the chopping block. Ratcliffe’s ‘Ruthless’ Man Utd Revolution – ‘Massive Clear-Out’ of Underperforming Stars on the Cards”.

Following the confirmation of his takeover, Sir Jim Ratcliffe has tightened his hold on the footballing plans of Manchester United, and it is possible that up to eleven first team players will be sold this summer.


The Premier League has given the green light to Ratcliffe’s investment in United, and the INEOS CEO has commenced work at Old Trafford, starting with an evaluation of the club’s financial status heading into the summer transfer window. Although United is expected to have funds for player acquisitions, concerns persist regarding adherence to the Premier League’s profit and sustainability regulations.

Ratcliffe and INEOS director Sir David Brailsford have identified the need to offload players to bolster the budget, recognizing difficulties in shedding surplus talent in recent seasons. However, United has recorded its highest trading profit this season since Cristiano Ronaldo’s record-breaking transfer to Real Madrid in 2009, thanks to the sales of players like Dean Henderson, Anthony Elanga, and Fred during the summer.

The club aims to sustain this trend by generating additional revenue through summer sales, with several high-earning players from United likely to be put up for sale. According to ESPN, individuals like Christian Eriksen, Raphael Varane, Casemiro, Harry Maguire, Scott McTominay, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, and Victor Lindelof face uncertain futures. Anthony Martial is anticipated to depart upon the expiration of his contract, while offers will also be entertained for loaned-out players such as Jadon Sancho, Donny van de Beek, Facundo Pellestri, and Brandon Williams.

United seeks to bolster their budget sufficiently to facilitate the acquisition of a striker and a defender, alongside a broader ambition to enhance the overall quality of the squad. Erik ten Hag reportedly expressed concern over the team’s drop in performance in the absence of key players. Notably, there is a pressing need for a striker, given the heavy reliance on summer signing Rasmus Hojlund, who has netted in the last six Premier League matches.

To alleviate the burden on Hojlund and replace departing squad members, United is actively engaged in negotiations with Newcastle to secure Dan Ashworth as the club’s new sporting director.

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