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Manchester United: Five stars they must offload

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David Moyes has started to find his feet at Manchester United, despite the difficulties of last summer's transfer window. 

This is a season where he needs to prove that he can manage one of the world's elite football clubs. If he does prove it, his pulling power will increase tremendously, and new players will sign for the club.

However United still have quite a few players who have lost the cutting edge - they were once lethal but time has come for them to move on from this prestigious club.

In no particular order, the players who should be leaving come next summer transfer window are:

1. Ashley Young

The winger was undoubtedly touted for great things, but loss of form and misfortune with injuries has been the downfall of the English international.

Another reason why Ashley Young maybe shown the exit door is his apparent loss of body balance that has earned him the title of diver - David Moyes condones the act entirely.

Plus with the likes of Antonia Valencia, Adnan Januzaj & Luis Nani ahead of him, it would be wise move for him to transfer out.

2. Anderson

The 25-year-old was signed from Porto in 2007 and has only shown glimpses of his talent - his ball control and his speed are good, but he is unable to create the magic in midfield that United ever-so crave for.

He has fallen down the pecking order at Old Trafford, getting minimal game time. A transfer away from Manchester could still spark the Brazilian to reach his full potential.

3. Fabio Da Silva

Fabio Da Silva, who was loaned out to QPR last season, hasn't reached his full potential yet.

With Manchester United probably going in for Leighton Baines in the upcoming transfer window, Fabio will move further down the pecking order at the Theatre of Dreams.

The young Brazilian may have no choice but to look for greener pastures.

4. Bebe

The 23-year-old striker from Portugal has yet to show any potential, even at his loan spells, he is yet to create any impact.

The £7 million striker won't be getting any playing time considering the already high competition for playing spots, with the likes of the highly talented Mexican Chicharito and Danny Welbeck, who are already waiting to get playing time.

Bebe probably won't be in the future plans of David Moyes, and even for a loss the Portuguese international should be transferred out.

5.  Federico Macheda

The other striker who is highly likely to leave the club is Macheda. His strike against Aston Villa is still etched into the hearts of the United faithful, but due to prolonged injuries and loss of form, he has been in-active for 18 months or so.

After which he was loaned out to struggling clubs, which did him no good to bring out his potential. A move away from the Manchester club can still save his career.

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