As many as five Manchester United will see their contracts expire on June 30, 2022.
They are free to speak to foreign clubs about a possible transfer this month and could leave on a cut-price fee if things work out.
If not, they could leave Old Trafford for absolutely nothing.
Here, we take a look at players whose contracts expire in less than six months’ time:
The midfielder has publicly denied receiving a contract offer worth 500,000 per week and he’s reportedly ‘fluctuating’ on his decision about the future.
As things stand, there has been no indication to suggest Pogba will extend his stay.
Reports have claimed that Lingard is ‘100% certain’ to leave United – although it’s unclear if that will happen this month or in June.
West Ham remain interested in the 29-year-old after an impressive loan spell and fresh reports have also linked him with Tottenham Hotspur.
Ralf Rangnick has confirmed that Edi will not leave United this month, despite the rumors about joining Barcelona.
It’s unclear if United will offer the 34-year-old a new contract. If that’s the case, Cavani is in his final few months at the club.
Mata has been a peripheral figure at United for years now.
Having appeared just thrice as a substitute this season, the midfielder is yet to play a Premier League game.
Mata will most likely be let go for free in the summer as he doesn’t appear to have a future at United anymore.
Offering him a one-year extension in 2021 was shocking, to say the least.
However, now that we have Dean Henderson and Tom Heaton as backup options for David De Gea, it makes sense to let Grant leave.
The 38-year-old barely features for us and offloading him would free up funds to bring in new players.