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Former Manchester United midfielder names six players he would sell at the club

Former Manchester United midfielder names six players he would sell at the club

22 Apr 2019, 09:30

Manchester United players put on an awful performance in their 4-0 defeat to Everton with Paul Ince revealing the players he would sell or keep at the club.

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United suffered their worst defeat of the season against Everton that handed them a major blow in their top four aspirations following defeat to Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal losing out later. The Red Devils have now lost six of their last eight games that leaves them languishing in sixth place with 64 points, two points adrift of Arsenal who currently occupy the fourth spot.

Speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live, Ince was made to run through the starting line-up and substitutes' bench against Everton and asked which ones he would keep. 

David De Gea. "All day long."

Chris Smalling: "Yes."

Phil Jones: "No"

Victor Lindelof: "He's got better. I think you can work on him."

Diogo Dalot: "He's still a young player."

Nemanja Matic: "No."

Paul Pogba: "On his day yes. I would probably keep him."

Fred: "No."

Romelu Lukaku: "No."

Anthony Martial: "No."

Marcus Rashford: "Rashford all day long. He's Manchester United through and through. He loves Manchester."

Ashley Young: "Young has been a great professional. We all have to move on eventually, though."

Scott McTominay: "A young kid who will improve.

Andreas Pereira: "Another young player."



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