Manchester United’s summer transfer plans have been revealed, and four players could be shown the back door, according to reports.

They travel to Anfield next for a mouth-watering clash against historic rivals Liverpool, as Ten Hag looks to keep pace with second-placed Manchester City.

However, off the pitch, the 13-time Premier League winners face an equally difficult task, as rumours swirl over a potential takeover.

Man Utd transfer plans revealed

United’s summer transfer plans have been outlined, with the club in dire need of reducing their wage bill in order to fund any new transfers.

To do so, they will be required to offload a number of players, according to ESPN.

The report states that club captain Harry Maguire, Victor Lindelof, Scott McTominay and Anthony Martial could all leave Old Trafford.

Meanwhile, goalkeeper David de Gea, whose contract expires in the summer, has reportedly been told he must take a substantial pay cut if he wants to stay.

Man Utd to ‘comply with FFP’

Furthermore, sources at United and UEFA have allegedly informed ESPN of the club’s expectations to comply with Financial Fair Play regulations.

Club director John Murtough went on the record in January to insist that United were focusing on being “financially disciplined and compliant with FFP rules.”

Should a new owner succeed the famous family, they will bear the brunt of the many factors which have limited their transfer budget over their years of financial decline.