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£55m striker signs and dream Kobbie Mainoo partner - predicting Man United's transfer window

The start of the summer transfer window will mark an important juncture in Sir Jim Ratcliffe's quest to take Manchester United back to the top step of English football's podium.

After becoming co-owner earlier this year, the transfer window will mark Ratcliffe's first meaningful opportunity to make his mark at Old Trafford. A hive of transfer activity is expected over the next couple of months, with United keen to change the landscape of their squad.

As reported by the Manchester Evening News back in February, player sales could reach double figures this summer. The club needs to raise funds via that method to remain within the boundaries of the Premier League's profit and sustainability rules [PSR].

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Although outgoings are expected to outweigh incomings this summer, United have ambitions to add fresh legs to their ranks. The club has made the additions of a centre-back, a central midfielder and a forward their main objectives ahead of the new season.

With that in mind, MEN Sport's team of writers have had their say on what this summer's window could look like at Old Trafford.

It is no secret that United need to raise funds through player sales to balance the books this summer. The squad is awash with players who could generate some much-needed cash, as well as those who have no long-term futures in M16.

You can envision the likes of Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Victor Lindelof, Christian Eriksen, Scott McTominay, Donny van de Beek and Casemiro all being offloaded on permanent deals, and that would represent a step in the right direction.