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Following a challenging season marked by a recent league defeat to Bournemouth, Manchester United is reportedly contemplating changes and evaluating the potential departure of several players in the upcoming January transfer window.

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The defeat against Bournemouth, orchestrated by Dominic Solanke, Philip Billing, and Marco Senesi at Old Trafford, has added to the team’s troubles. Furthermore, Manchester United is now set to face Liverpool without captain Bruno Fernandes, who is sidelined due to injury.

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Against the backdrop of unresolved ownership concerns and Financial Fair Play considerations, reports from the Manchester Evening News suggest that United has identified five players for potential exits.

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Jadon Sancho, who has been sidelined following a dispute with manager Erik ten Hag over comments about his training performance, is reportedly open to leaving. Speculation surrounds the English winger’s future, with a possible return to Borussia Dortmund, where he was originally signed for £73 million.

Raphael Varane, experiencing limited game time and reportedly facing a strained relationship with Ten Hag, may be considering a departure despite his preference to stay.

Donny van de Beek, who has struggled to establish himself at United with limited playing opportunities, might seek a move away. Ten Hag has acknowledged the player’s desire for regular playtime.

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