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The five Manchester United players Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham could move for in the summer

Plenty of players are always linked with a move to Manchester United when the build up to the summer transfer window begins.

The likes of Jadon Sancho are topping the list this summer, but any incoming deals are likely to mean exits elsewhere in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side.

The manager has been at United for less than 18 months, but has already proved he can be ruthless in where the team needs to be cut, with Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez both agreeing moves to Inter in the summer.

And there are a number of players that could be facing an exit this summer who could be of interest to the likes of Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham.

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Angel Gomes

An exit for the young attacker looks likely this summer, with his contract at Old Trafford running down. Chelsea are one of the teams linked with a move for the 5ft 5ins attacker.

Barcelona are also rumoured to be interested, with his contract ending in June. United are said to be remaining in talks to try and get a deal done, but whether that is agreed remains to be seen.

Marcos Rojo

The Argentine defender left United on loan in January, joining Estudiantes on a short-term deal. Arsenal have been interested in the centre-back in the past, but whether Mikel Arteta would see him as a valuable asset is up for debate, with Pablo Mari having the option to make his loan deal permanent in the summer.

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