Man United Transfer: Solskjaer keen to sell four players, Battle with Spurs for £50m ace

Chelsea identified Burnley's Nick Pope as a potential target
Chelsea identified Burnley's Nick Pope as a potential target

Solskjaer keen to sell four players Jones, Lingard, Mata and Dalot

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is plotting a major summer rebuild and he is willing to cash in on four players in order to fund the incomings.

According to reports, the Manchester United manager is willing to let go of Phil Jones, Jesse Lingard, Juan Mata and Diogo Dalot.

Lingard is currently on loan at West Ham United and he has been quite impressive for the London outfit. It will be interesting to see if the Hammers decide to sign in permanently this summer.

Meanwhile, Phil Jones and Juan Mata have not been a regular starter for United for quite some time and they need to move on in order to play more often.

As for Diogo Dalot, he is on loan at AC Milan and the youngster has impressed with the Italian outfit.

In terms of incomings, the Manchester United manager is looking to sign a centre back, a right-winger, defensive midfielder and a centre forward this summer.

Nick Pope interest

According to reports, the Premier League giants are interested in signing the Burnley keeper Nick Pope.

The England international would cost around £50 million and Tottenham are interested in signing him as well.

Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea has regressed a lot over the past year and the Spaniard has been linked with an exit at the end of this season.

Nick Pope would be a quality replacement for David De Gea if he decides to move on.

Manchester United have Dean Henderson in their ranks as well and the 23-year-old has shown that he is good enough to be the first choice keeper at Old Trafford.