Man Utd release list set to reach DOUBLE FIGURES as Pogba, Matic, Lingard, Mata and Cavani quit on free transfers

THE future of up to a dozen Manchester United stars is in doubt this summer.

There are question marks over six first-team squad stars, five academy prospects and one starlet currently out-on-loan, according to the Manchester Evening News.



France's World Cup winner Paul Pogba, 29, is the biggest asset in a group of six senior stars who will be out of contract in June.

The all-action midfielder has been linked with moves to European giants including Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus, and Prem champions Manchester City.

Pogba's fellow internationals Nemanja Matic, Jesse Lingard, Juan Mata and Edinson Cavani, along with reserve keeper Lee Grant, will also be free agents.

Uruguay's 54-goal striking legend Cavani, 35, is reported to have had lots of offers and has been linked with clubs including La Liga outfit Real Sociedad.

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Former Chelsea star Matic, 33, announced on Instagram last month that he is leaving Old Trafford.

The MEN has also given an insight into potential departures for half-a-dozen starlets who have emerged from their academy.

Keeper Ondrej Mastny, 20, left-back Reece Devine, 20, midfielders Charlie Wellens, 19, and Connor Stanley, 20, as well as forwards D'Mani Mellor, 21, and Mateo Mejia, 19, are out of contract.

Academy graduate Dylan Levitt, 21, is also in the final month of his deal.

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The ten-cap Wales midfielder has played for United's first-team in a Europa League game against Astana in 2019.

He has impressed on loan for Scottish top-flight side Dundee United this season and the Red Devils could trigger a one-year option to keep him.

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