Robin van Persie could be part of Manchester United summer exodus

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Manchester United could lose up to four first team players this summer to make room for a host of new additions, reports the Daily Mail.

The Red Devils are preparing for a busy summer in the transfer window with David Moyes is believed to have as much as £200m to spend on world-class signings.

But room has to be made to accommodate these new signings and the English daily believes as many as four first team players could depart Old Trafford as a result.

Nemanja Vidic has already confirmed that he will leave at the end of his contract but doubts remain over the future of Robin van Persie and Javier Hernandez.

Vidic has spent eight years at Manchester United, captaining the team for the second half of that spell but is set to sign a two year deal with Inter Milan.

Van Persie is rumoured to be increasingly unhappy under Moyes while the Premier League champions are ready to listen to offers for Hernandez.

But while United are looking into signing Bayern Munich's Mario Mandzukic or PSG's Edinson Cavani, they will be unlikely to land both meaning it could be either Van Persie or Hernandez to leave and not both.

A number of other first team players have been linked with moves away from Manchester United but the most likely appears to be Nani, who was spotted in Italy this week.

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