- Erik ten Hag is expected to offload a number of Manchester United players to make room for new signings
- Anthony Martial is topping the list of players who are staring at an uncertain future with the Red Devils
- Other players who Ten Hag could cash in on include the defensive duo of Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Erik Bailly
New Man United boss Erik ten Hag could sell as many as six first-team players as he kicks off his Old Trafford rebuild.
Ten Hag's arrival comes at a time United have endured a frustrating season, with the Manchester club set to end the campaign trophyless.
The Dutchman has now been tipped to embark on a summer overhaul that will see a number of players offloaded to raise funds for new signings.
According to GiveMeSports, Ten Hag could be forced to sell up to six players once the summer window officially opens.
Paul Pogba headlines a list of players who are all but set to depart, with the midfielder leaving for nothing as he is out of contract.
Other players who will be exiting without United getting a penny include Juan Mata, Jesse Lingard, and Edinson Cavani.
Anthony Martial top list of players who could be sold
However, there are those who could fetch some substantial fee for the Red Devils to boost Ten Hag's rebuild plan.
Top on the list is Anthony Martial who is currently on loan with Sevilla.
The Frenchman appear to have played his last game for United and there all signs point to a permanent exit.
Others are the defensive duo of Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Eric Bailly, with the former already linked with a possible return to Crystal Palace.
United could also cash in on Andreas Pereira who is scheduled to return to Old Trafford after an unsuccessful loan spell in Brazil.
Alex Telles is the other player staring at an uncertain future with the Red Devils, barely two years after he joined the club from Porto.
Ten Hag keen to sign Chelsea midfielder
Earlier, Sports Brief reported Erik ten Hag has reportedly added N'Golo Kante to his summer transfer wishlist as he embarks on a squad rebuild at Old Trafford.
The new Man United boss is said to be keen to add Kante within his ranks after Fred and Scott McTominay struggled this season.
Kante has a year left on his current deal at Stamford Bridge and has previously been linked with potential moves to Real Madrid and PSG.