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Manchester United have three transfers they would love to complete by June 30

One twist as a result of the Premier League's desire to bring in tighter spending rules and harsher sanctions for clubs who breach them is the creation of what is essentially another transfer deadline day. June 30 is a date circled in red in the calendar for some clubs this summer.

Manchester United will certainly have an eye on that date as they continue to stay within the Premier League's Profit and Sustainability rules (PSR). The early exit from the Champions League - and European competition altogether - last December only tightened the margin when it comes to following those rules.

They allow for £105m of losses across three years but knowing exactly where a club stands isn't easy, with some investments such as academies, women's football and community schemes written off, while allowable losses for Covid will also be factored in for the final time in this three-year monitoring period.

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United's main issue is their £150m loss from 2021/22, some of which will be wiped off the final calculations due to the issues around revenues during Covid that season. That loss will also disappear for the next monitoring period.

For now, it makes sales more likely than arrivals before June 30. Other clubs are in a more precious position, with Chelsea, Everton and Nottingham Forest all trying to get departures booked by the end of this month to avoid charges. The Premier League bared its teeth last season with points deductions for those clubs falling foul of the rules.

United would love to complete a sale or two before June 30 in what is likely to be a window