Manchester United spent a lot of money on Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Harry Maguire this summer in their efforts to get back to the top four.
Although they have recovered a substantial portion of their £ 130 million outlay by selling Romelu Lukaku, United could try to free up some space on the salary account.
The team of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer still has some resources to move, with the manager who prefers younger talents in favor of experienced team players during his tenure.
And with the European transfer windows still open to business, the Red Devils have yet to cut the team.
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Sanchez's United career has never taken off, and although Solskjaer has spoken quite positively about him, he has sometimes forgotten to list him among his attack options this season.
His Copa America exploits with Chile means he didn't have a pre-season with United and seems to be out in the cold.
A loan transfer to the Inter Milan seems very likely with the Italian club having an option to buy for 15.5 million pounds, and reportedly United should still pay 75% of his salaries while he was in Italy.
With Axel Tuanzebe and Timothy Fosu-Mensah returning from loan spells, Rojo fell lower in the pecking order in Solskjaer's defensive options.
Everton's deadline approach was presumably rejected by the united hierarchy after seeing the Merseyside club as a direct rival.
Fenerbahce or AC Milan now look like the most likely destinations for the Argentine season.
It was said that Darmian returned to Italy for the whole summer, but nothing materialized.
Roma, Inter and Juventus were tied, with the Italian of fourth choice, right-back behind Wan-Bissaka, Ashley Young and Diogo Dalot.
Some reports suggest that Inter has agreed to sign the 29-year-old on the loose next summer, but Darmian's immediate future will certainly not lie in Manchester.
Many thought that Dalot would benefit during Solskjaer's tenure, but the young man found opportunities that were continually difficult to find at United.
With Daniel James and Wan-Bissaka increasing the depth on United's right flank, Dalot failed to team up for both Premier League games.
A loan move for a constant playing time seems like a good option for the 20-year-old, who might otherwise find himself limited to the occasional appearance in the Europa League.
It's been almost four years since Borthwick-Jackson made his United debut in the Premier League, and only 10 league appearances and three loan spells have since suggested his career stagnated.
Technically still under contract at United, Borthwick-Jackson had an unsuccessful trial with the Dutch club Heerenveen at the start of the summer.
United could still lend the English to League 1, where he spent last season on loan with Scunthorpe, to see the rest of his contract.
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