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Man Utd set price for Maguire, Jadon Sancho & 10 other players

Manchester United are hoping to raise around £100m this summer and are reportedly willing to sell off up to a dozen players in order to do so.

Erik ten Hag wants to build on a superb first campaign at Old Trafford which saw his team win the Carabao Cup and qualify for the UEFA Champions League.

A new striker, midfielder and goalkeeper are his main priorities with players like Harry Kane, Mason Mount and Andre Onana linked.

But, Financial Fair Play regulations are set to restrict United’s budget to £120m, which is one of the reasons why they have refused to meet Chelsea’s £65m asking price for Mount.

As such, United are willing to listen to offers for 12 of their players, with Zidane Iqbal already set to leave for Dutch team Ultrecht.

And Mail Sport have now reported how much Manchester United want for each player on the transfer list and which ones they are more keen to sell.

They claim that Van de Beek, Fred and Anthony Elanga are all for sale for £20million each, while fringe defenders Alex Telles, Eric Bailly and Williams will be allowed to leave for a combined £17m.

None of these are surprising, but one name that is also for sale is promising younger Hannibal Mejbri, which is curious as it was said that Ten Hag was keen to assess the midfielder in the summer after his loan spell at Birmingham.

United are content to hold onto Harry Maguire and Dean Henderson but will listen to offers of around £40m and £20m respectively, with Nottingham keen to bring the latter back to the City Ground after a good loan spell last season.

It was believed that Maguire would be one of the first out the door with the defender out of favour with Ten Hag but it seems they want to get as much of the record £80m they spent on him.

The Red Devils will also accept £40million for Scott McTominay who has been linked with Newcastle though Ten Hag is more than happy to keep him.

Also, United will sell Jadon Sancho and Anthony Martial but only for the right price, with the England star valued at £45m just over half what Solskjaer paid for him just two years ago.

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