Manchester United still want to make new signings before the transfer window closes and will have to offload the likes of Dean Henderson if they are to raise the necessary funds

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Manchester United have landed three new signings but more arrivals are still needed if they want to be a force this term.

Erik ten Hag is closing in on another £200m outlay with Andre Onana, Mason Mount and Rasmus Hojlund already making moves to Old Trafford this summer. The opening weeks of the season have laid bare United’s flaws, however, and new faces are needed to address problem areas.

United have won two of their three games but have been incredibly unconvincing and Ten Hag wants to ensure he doesn’t ignore the warning signs. If new players are to be bought in, particularly in midfield, then the club will need to raise cash via player sales.

Several players know they are no longer part of Ten Hag’s plans in Manchester and the club could be aided by them leaving. The window closes in a matter of days meaning time is of the essence for both parties. Here’s a look at some of the players who could be moved on.

Dean Henderson

The goalkeeper grew tired of sitting behind David de Gea in the pecking order but United again have a clear No.1 in Onana. Nottingham Forest had been keen on Henderson following his loan spell but the Red Devils are concerned about the shot-stopper aggravating his injury should he be put through a medical. That said, he would command a hefty fee that could come in handy.

Donny van de Beek

Many would’ve thought that the Dutchman would get a new lease of life when Ten Hag, who managed him at Ajax, took over. That hasn’t happened though and minutes remain at a premium for Van de Beek, who still has time to resurrect his career elsewhere if he can land a move, provided his wages don’t prove too much of an issue.

Dean Henderson spent last season on loan at Nottingham Forest Dean Henderson spent last season on loan at Nottingham Forest

Donny Van De Beek's minutes remain at a premium Donny Van De Beek’s minutes remain at a premium

Scott McTominay

Already he’s been linked with the likes of West Ham, but their interest has cooled and United setting the right price could prove crucial to whether or not they move him on. It is clear that McTominay is not seen as a starter and his desire for regular minutes could motivate a move away, but finding a suitor is the current challenge.

Hannibal Mejbri

The Tunisian continued his development on loan in the Championship last season and those displays may have put him in the shop window. Hannibal was signed from Monaco with a big reputation but the amount of players ahead of him in the pecking order could force United to cash in as they seek success sooner rather than later.

Amad Diallo

Another player who excelled in England’s second tier as he highlighted how prolific he can be at Sunderland. The Ivorian scored 14 times last term, his best season to date, as he showcased his quality. The challenge for him will be proving it at the top level and any buyer is investing in potential, which could hike his price given United spent more than £30m to land him in 2020.

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