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Manchester United must grant Wayne Rooney wish with five transfers ahead of Erik ten Hag decision

Many Manchester United fans will agree with Wayne Rooney's assessment that a clearout is required at Old Trafford this summer.

United's record goalscorer offered a scathing view on Erik ten Hag's squad this season whilst on punditry duty for Sky Sports during the Red Devils win over Newcastle. Rooney shared his belief that most of United's current squad should be sold.

Any departures this summer could be complicated by the future of manager Ten Hag. A potential replacement for the Dutchman will want to make their own assessment of all first-team players, although their view will no doubt be clear after watching the majority of United's games this season.

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A transfer which simply hasn't worked out and is unlikely ever to bring success if the manager who worked with him at Ajax cannot get a tune out of him.

The Brazilian has been a source of ridicule for most of his time at Old Trafford, United will be hoping that transfer interest from Saudi Arabia will emerge this summer. Any decent fee for the winger should be accepted without much hesitation.

Like with Antony, potential transfer interest from Saudi could be a route out for Casemiro this summer. It has been clear all season that the defensive midfielder has declined past the point of no return with last season's good form now a distant memory.

It has hardly been Casemiro's fault that he has been forced to play at centre-back, a position he clearly is not comfortable