Barring the signing of players into the Club, Manchester United are expected to be involved in the clearing off of some of their redundant players as well as ensuring that the youth set-up of is not neglected.
Following the departure of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Manchester United have also confirmed the exit of Kayne Diedrick-Roberts, Faustin Makela and Josh Harrop, this report is according to Manchestereveningnews.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic had sustained a cruciate ligament injury that will keep him out of action until next year, and the Red Devils had announced that the player will be released.
The Swedish striker ran down his contract last night and is now a free agent. He was joined by Josh Harrop, who joined Preston on a free transfer last week, this was confirmed by Manchester United on the Club’s official website.
Makela’s development has been hampered by injuries, seeing him manage just an appearance in two seasons. He has joined League One Bury on a loan move. He made his debut for the Man United U-23 side in April.
Meanwhile, Diedrick-Roberts, 18, had been teammates with Marcos Rashford but he has been outshone by the other youngsters of United. The Lewisham-born forward had a loan spell with Bournemouth in December but returned and failed to breakthrough.
We wish them well in their careers and hope they come good.