Man United's three untouchables revealed as club to listen to offers for 'most of squad': report

Manchester United investor Sir Jim Ratcliffe
Manchester United investor Sir Jim Ratcliffe (Image credit: DANIEL LEAL/AFP via Getty Images)

Manchester United are reportedly ready for an ‘ultra-flexible’ approach to their summer transfer window with only a handful of their first-team players off limits.

The Telegraph report that financial constraints, the lack of Champions League revenue and a need to reshape their squad mean that the club will keep a ‘very open mind’ when it comes to selling first-team players. 

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For more than a decade Joe Mewis has worked in football journalism as a reporter and editor, with stints at Mirror Football and LeedsLive among others. He is the author of four football history books that include tomes on Leeds United and the England national team.