The three players most likely to leave Manchester United this summer

The three players most likely to leave Manchester United this summer

The Red Devils can still end the season with some silverware if Manchester United beat Chelsea FC in the FA Cup final next weekend.

He will no doubt be missed as part of the first-team setup but with this new challenge in the career of the one-time Champions League victor, it will be interesting to see if he can take to his new position with the same level of success as he did his last.

Manchester United star Paul Pogba has heaped praise on midfielder Michael Carrick, who has now officially retired from playing professional football.

The former midfielder was given a huge ovation at Old Trafford as he made his final appearance as a Manchester United player in Sunday's 1-0 defeat of Watford.

It was the best season that the Old Trafford Faithful have enjoyed since the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson, securing a second place finish with 81 points, ironically more points than they secured in their treble winning season in 1999.

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While Carrick might be hanging up his boots, his United team-mates still have the FA Cup final against Chelsea to prepare for. "I am going to jump on the staff", he said.

The 55-year-old Englishman was asked by Premier League Daily whether or not Jose will miss an assistant like Faria, to which Phelan replied, "That's a good question".

Scott McTominay will reportedly be allowed to leave Manchester United this summer - if Jose Mourinho lands his preferred top two central midfield targets. If Jose Mourinho wants to change that, he should go and buy Gareth Bale. I wasn't expecting much from myself. It's not just game to game but half to half.

"I expected to, to be honest".

United do have a couple of academy graduates in Timothy Fosu-Mensah and Axel Tuanzebe, who can slot into the right side of the backline, but judging by Mourinho's experience with youth, the duo could be loaned out for another season at the least to develop their skills. You think how have they gone that low, and then here's something else. That's an attack for next season. "The brain can be ready for that but then you need the practice, the decision-making, the control, the leadership, the work in groups".