Jesse Lingard and Andreas Pereira are reportedly facing uncertain futures at Manchester United.
Gunnar Solskjaer appears to be losing patience with the
under-performing pair, having axed the midfielders from his team leading
up to football’s coronavirus lockout.
Lingard and Pereira
have come under heavy scrutiny from fans this season and now reports are
surfacing they could be sold in the summer.
The Sun claim Solskjaer is prepared to listen to offers for the duo as be begins plans for a summer revamp.
United have been continuously linked with moves for Jack Grealish, James Maddison and Jadon Sancho.
And selling both Lingard and Pereira could pave the way for those deals.
has noticeably struggled for form since the 2018 World Cup and started
just one of United’s last games – in the FA Cup win at Derby.
Despite playing the full 90 minutes, he was abused by fans as he left the stadium earlier this month.
Pereira, meanwhile, has been mainly limited to substitute appearances with Fred and Nemanja Matic in rejuvenated form.
Lingard and Pereira were not even selected for United’s squads in their convincing victories over Manchester City and Watford.
who revealed to Sportsmail last year he has been struggling with his
mother’s illness and caring for his young brother and sister this
season, still has two more years left on his deal.
Brazilian Pereira also has a long-term contract.