So many talented players have worn the Manchester United shirt over the years and the current squad is full of great players.
However, sometimes squads need changes and players need to move on. Here are some of United's current players who should be sold:
After a sparkling first season at Old Trafford many expected Young to go on to big things with Manchester United.
However, due to a string of injuries and the signings of Robin van Persie and Shinji Kagawa, Young's first-team chances were limited last season.
The signing of Wilfried Zaha could push the former Aston Villa man even further down the pecking order at Old Trafford, so United should think about selling Young as he could just become extra baggage.
After signing for around £20 million, big things were expected of Anderson at Manchester United. At times he has shown glimpses of excellence but on the whole Anderson has never really hit it off in Manchester.
Injury problems continue to plague the Brazilian's career which haven't helped matters whatsoever. It is unlikely that he will feature regularly under new manager David Moyes, especially if a new midfielder is signed.
After bursting onto the seen as a teenager scoring the winner against Aston Villa, Macheda was destined for great things with United.
However, he has never lived up to those expectations, netting just four times in 19 league appearances.
After a series of loan spells at different clubs in the past few years - including a torrid spell at QPR - it is likely he will never get a first-team break at the club. With reported interest coming from Italy, it would be best the young Italian moved on.
Bebe will most likely go down as one of Sir Alex Ferguson's worst signings, costing United around £7.4 million, the Portugese man has only played for United seven times and scored two goals. Bebe is simply just not good enough for the Old Trafford club.
He has stated his wish to stay in Portugal so it would be best if United sold him and got at least some of their money back.
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