Manchester United coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is pushing ahead with his squad revamp, and has reportedly told the club's board which four players he wants gone from the club.
Tired of reading? Click through the gallery above to see which four United stars are reportedly not in Solskjaer’s plans for the future.
The Norwegian coach is understood to be ready to offload four more players after the departures of Ander Herrera and Antonio Valencia were confirmed.
According to the Daily Mirror, Solskjaer has told United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward the names of the players he is prepared to let go in order to free up space for new arrivals.
It has been claimed that the Red Devils boss wants the club's transfer business done by 1 July, when the squad returns for pre-season training.
After it was revealed that Juan Mata's expiring contract will not be extended, Matteo Darmian, Marcos Rojo and Romelu Lukaku are seemingly also not in the coach's plans.
Lukaku, who joined the club for a whopping €85 million (R1.36 billion) from Everton, is believed to be a target of Inter Milan. The latest reports indicate that the Nerazzurri will appoint Antonio Conte as their new coach and it is believed the Italian wants Lukaku as his main striker.
Rojo and Darmian will also be allowed to leave in order to accommodate the arrival of new defensive reinforcements.
Meanwhile, the likes of Kalidou Koulibaly, Harry Maguire and Daniel James are understood to be the main targets for Solskjaer in this window.
Which players do you think United need to get rid of? Have your say in the comments section below.