Erik ten Hag will be given full authority over deciding the kind of players he wants to remain at Man United next season, claims the Mirror.
The Dutchman has already received full backing from the United board to sell any player who doesn’t bend to his methods or playing style.
Ten Hag is likely to decide which players he’d want to sell after he starts pre-season training with the squad in July.
He’s also given the responsibility of making the decision of which soon-to-be out-of-contract players he’d want to give new deals, but right now the Dutchman hasn’t advised giving any of the six players new contracts.
Ten Hag is probably going to be given a £100m transfer budget and the revenue from player sales will also be included to increase that.