MANCHESTER UNITED are hoping to offload SIX players to pay for Jadon Sancho and Alex Telles, according to reports.
Despite reports of a busy summer at Old Trafford, only Donny van de Beek has arrived with Alexis Sanchez the biggest name to leave.
A left-back and right-sided attacker are thought to be Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's priorities in the remaining weeks of the transfer window.
Porto defender Telles is widely reported to be his first-choice but the Red Devils have had difficulties reaching the £17million price tag.
According to the Mail, United want to negotiate a smaller fee while they struggle to shift their unwanted stars.
Chris Smalling could be reintegrated into the side but the preferred outcome is said to be an £18m exit.
Reports in Italy outline a potential final bid from Roma after the defender starred in Serie A last season, with Inter Milan also keen.
Fellow defenders Phil Jones, Diogo Dalot and Marcos Rojo are also up for sale.
Little concrete interest has arrived for the trio, with Jones thought to be out injured until November.
Timothy Fosu-Mensah's start against Crystal Palace last weekend appeared to relegate right-back Dalot to third choice in Solskjaer's pecking order, while Rojo is back after a loan at Estudiantes.
Following Dean Henderson's return to the club, Sergio Romero is seen as having no future at Old Trafford.
And Andreas Pereira is linked to Benfica after being ignored by the United boss.
However, one man who the club are happy to keep around is Jesse Lingard.
The midfielder, 27, is reportedly NOT on the transfer list after playing in the 3-0 Carabao Cup win over Luton.
SunSport revealed this week that Lingard could even be offered a one-year contract extension to ensure he maintains value in the market.
Along with Telles, United are still interested in pulling off a deal for Sancho.
Talks with Borussia Dortmund and the winger are said to have stalled in recent weeks.
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An initial deadline of August 10 set by the Bundesliga club passed without incident and the Premier League giants are now reportedly relying on paying the £108m fee in installments.
Dortmund's head of football Sebastian Kehl recently told Ruhr Nachrichten: "He is our player – and he will stay here.
"It was an important statement from the club, because we have a certain responsibility. We agreed that we needed to show a certain stance.
"And 80 million euros is simply not enough for a player of his quality. We owed it to the club and the fans. Without Jadon this team is weaker."