Manchester United are supposedly attempting to sell players from the first team squad who have been made accessible for move.
Donny van de Beek has just moved to Old Trafford in a major cash deal from Ajax, while Alex Telles and Jadon Sancho could join the former Ajax midfield before the end of the summer transfer window.
Nonetheless, the Red Devils are just liable to continue with further prominent increases if they can let free up space in their team.
As indicated by Sky Sports News journalist Dharmesh Sheth, that is ending up being more troublesome than foreseen as clubs either fail to show adequate interest or meet the respective asking asking price for the players.
Dharmesh Sheth says that no proper offers have been made for Phil Jones, Marcos Rojo, Andreas Pereira or Jesse Lingard since the end of last season.
AS Roma are also hesitant to pay in abundance of £18m for undesirable centre-back Chris Smalling.