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Manchester United release list of departing players, those retained

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Manchester United now have a lot of players whose contract with the club would expire across all levels this summer.

The club have done some compilations listing out the name of the players departing and players to be retained.

The Old Trafford club have made the compilations across all levels in the club in terms of the Academy, a number of five players have been identified to be departing from the club by the end of June.

Three of those players Connor Stanley, Reece Devine and D’Mani Mellor have all received help in attaining new clubs.

The latter (D’Mani Mellor) had just one feature (appearance) for the United first team which was against Astana in an Europa league game in 2019. That match ensured he featured in all United age groups before he departs.

Paul McShane will stay in his coaching role after he retires from play. Manchester United Goalkeeper “Paul Woolston will retire as he has been forced to retire due to injury.

Initially Martin Svidersky was offered a “fresh term” but the midfielder is expected to depart from the Club.

According to Manchester United online website, “everyone at the club would like to appreciate all the departing players for what they’ve contributed to the club” and they were all wished success in their respective future.

Paul Woolston
Connor Stanley
Paul McShane
Martin Svidersky (contract offer)
Reece Devine
D’Mani Mellor
Dylan Levitt (Option exercised)
For the United first team players the players listed below have all been confirmed to be leaving the club.

Edison Cavani
Juan Mata
Nemanja Matic
Paul Pogba
Lee Grant
Jesse Lingard

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