Manchester United star David de Gea could be on his way out of Old Trafford, according to strong rumours that the Spain keeper has turned down a new contract.
De Gea is thought to have been swayed by the prospect of a £350,000-per-week offer at French giants PSG.
But manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has more immediate departures as he looks to overhaul his under-achieving squad.
While De Gea dithers over extending a contract that currently expires in 2020, three of his team-mates are out of contract and set to depart the club.
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The most prominent player about to leave United is midfielder Ander Herrera, who also looks to have been tempted by a lucrative switch to Paris.
Midfielder Herrera made 28 starts this season but his last Champions League appearance was the lacklustre 2-0 defeat to PSG in the quarter-final first leg at Old Trafford.
The box-to-box Spaniard scored 20 goals in 189 appearances before the club before being left out of the squad for the home humbling by relegated Cardiff on the final day of the Premier League season.
Herrera issued an emotional message ahead of his imminent exit, saying: “Sometimes the timing is just not right and you have to move on.
“I don’t want to be sad, I want to thank all the fans for all they have done for me in the last five years.
“When you leave such a big club you lose much more than what they are losing. This is not an easy day or an easy decision but sometimes in life you have to take decisions.
“I cannot lie – I wasn’t born a Manchester United fan, but I want everyone to know that a part of my heart will always be a red devil.
“You will not hear one bad word from me about anyone because they don’t deserve it.”
Express Sport revealed that United are set to trigger Athletico Madrid midfielder Thomas Partey’s £43 million release clause as a replacement for Herrera.
United’s dearth of midfielders will be worsened if another Spanish midfielder, playmaker Juan Mata, leaves this summer.
Out-of-contract Mata, who has been linked with a host of clubs, paid tribute to Herrera and outgoing captain Antonio Valencia as the season drew to a close.
The playmaker said: “They are two players and two friends who I have shared a lot of experiences with, both on and off the pitch.
“The two have given a lot to this club. Both have left their mark in the changing room and I am sure that they will have many more good moments ahead of them.”
Mata joined United from Chelsea for £37.1million and has scored 33 Premier League goals for the club.
Solskjaer remains hopeful of persuading the influential Mata to stay, potentially with the opportunity to help develop United’s crop of promising youngsters.
Mata said: “I think they have the quality to be football players. It’s not only about arriving – the challenge is to maintain yourself at that high-level performance that you need to play for such a club.
“They have to keep believing in themselves and always be humble enough to improve, to want more, to have good ambition, to improve as a player and just enjoy the game.”
Herrera also voiced his confidence in Solskjaer and his coaching staff to replace United’s out-of-contract players.
He said: “I really believe in Ole. I really believe in Michael Carrick, Kieran McKenna, Mike Phelan and Mark Dempsey, but I think there is a tough job ahead.”