Romano drops Man Utd update as Ten Hag decides fate of senior players
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Fabrizio Romano has dropped an update on the fate of two Manchester United players who could leave this summer.
Meanwhile they have a a Europa League quarter-final tie against Sevilla, and an FA Cup semi-final clash against Brighton on the horizon, with the possibility of further silverware on the cards.
The Red Devils sit third in the Premier League, with a nail-biting contest against fifth-placed Newcastle to play on Sunday, who can draw level on points with Ten Hag's side with a win at St James' Park.
However, the United boss will already have half an eye on the summer transfer window, with a whole host of players expected to leave Old Trafford in an effort to balance the books following last season's significant expenditure.
Romano drops transfer update on Man Utd duo
Providing an update on the pair's future, Romano tweeted: "Erik ten Hag will decide on the situation of Victor Lindelof and Scott McTominay in the summer.
"Lindelof had Inter and Atlético Madrid interest in January, McTominay was and remains on Newcastle list. Man United will decide in the next months."
Club captain Harry Maguire has also been rumoured with an exit, after ESPN claimed he was caught up in 'dressing room politics' involving Cristiano Ronaldo, before the Portuguese superstar's acrimonious departure.
The report added that United’s coaching staff have concerns about the 30-year-old's tendency to rush out to win challenges, as well as his lack of mobility.