Manchester United have reportedly slashed the asking prices of both Jadon Sancho and Antony, putting the wingers up for sale as the club deem them surplus to requirements and hope to land £100million for the pair. They have struggled since arriving at Old Trafford and patience appears to have run out, with the club now looking to move on and seek as much of their money back as possible.
The London Evening Standard claim that United want in the region of £50m each for Sancho and Antony, having cost £155m between them.
They have been offered to clubs in the Saudi Pro League, as Sancho attracted interest from Middle Eastern teams in the summer window before opting to stay at United.
That came after falling out with Erik ten Hag, who subsequently banished him from the first team and the England man has since rejoined Borussia Dortmund on loan for the remainder of the season.
United’s football director John Murtough travelled to Saudi Arabia in December to meet with club officials over the possibility of selling several of their stars, but a deal could not be reached at the time.
Casemiro is also coveted by Saudi teams, with United prepared to sell the currently injured 31-year-old for the right price, while Raphael Varane could also join the exodus to the region on a free transfer.
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