Antony And Three Others – Ferdinand Lists Down Four Manchester United Players Who Should Be Sold

Rio Ferdinand

Rio Ferdinand has recently shared his insights on the players Manchester United should part ways with in the upcoming summer transfer window.

The former United defender reveals the need for a significant squad overhaul following a disappointing Premier League campaign last season.

He emphasized that the futures of Marcus Rashford and Casemiro remain uncertain, suggesting that their roles in the team could also be scrutinized.

Asked who he would keep and who he would let go, Ferdinand conceded he would sanction the departures of four players, including defensive stalwart Harry Maguire and experienced midfielder Christian Eriksen.


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Ferdinand deliberated over the decisions that need to be made over Antony and Jadon Sancho, but ultimately decided their futures should lie away from Old Trafford.

He said:

‘On the basis of this season’s Antony performances I’d probably let him go,

On Sancho, who spent a reputation enhancing six month on loan at Borussia Dortmund:

‘I think he needs a new start I’d let him go.’

Ferdinand took a neutral stance on Rashford’s situation, noting that the 26-year-old is at a significant career crossroads.

‘Interesting one. I think I’d need to talk to Rahsford and just find out where his head’s at and what he wants to do.

‘What’s the reason for the downturn in performances?

If I get the right answer I keep him, if I don’t like what I’m hearing I’d let him go.’

Ferdinand was more definitive on the future of Casemiro whose form deteriorated alarmingly over the course of the last 12 months following a bright start to his United career.

‘I’d keep for the experience and hope he has a better season than last season.’

Manchester United managed to end their season on a high note with a surprising victory over Manchester City.

This win provided a much-needed morale boost and a positive end to an otherwise challenging campaign.

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