Neville predicts the three players that will leave United this season

Gary Neville has named three attackers who he believes could leave Manchester United this summer.

United are reportedly looking to strengthen the right wing position in the upcoming transfer window, whilst Edinson Cavani signed a new one-year contract extension with the club on Monday.

It has been reported that the club will renew their attempts to sign Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho this summer.

That may mean in turn that some players may move on from Old Trafford.

And Neville has predicted three forward players that could potentially leave United this summer.

He said on Monday Night Football: “I think Juan Mata, who has done fantastically well for the club, will leave, and United can get good money for Daniel James.

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“There’s a feeling that Jesse Lingard, having done really well at West Ham, could come back, but I think Ole will say ‘no’ and tell him to go and explore elsewhere.”

Neville predicts how United could line up if Sancho signs

Neville also speculated on how United could line up next season if Jadon Sancho joins the club this summer.

The Red Devils were interested in signing the English winger last summer, but were not prepared to meet his current club Borussia Dortmund’s £108m asking price.

They are reported to be interested once again in bringing Sancho to the club this time around.

Neville said: “Looking at it, I think Sancho comes in from the right, Grrenwood could back him up on that side.

“Up front, United will have Cavani and Greenwood, who they want to play up front because he is outstanding.

“And then on the left you’ve got Rashford and Martial, with Pogba potentially there if not required in midfield.

“If United sign Kane or Erling Haaland, I don’t think that works given the way they have recruited over recent years and how they want young talent to emerge.

“Allowing young players to emerge, allowing Rashford to play and bringing in Sancho would be Manchester United’s business done.”

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