Transfer deadline day is upon us and Manchester United are expected to be active in terms of incoming and outgoings.

Fabrizio Romano says he expects Manchester United to be one of the most active clubs on transfer deadline day.

This applies to arrivals and departures, and United are a club to keep an eye on right up until the 11pm deadlines. In recent hours, exits for Dean Henderson and Teden Mengi have gone through.

Here is a look at the potential incoming and outgoing deals to expect…

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Altay Bayindir: Manchester United are set to sign goalkeeper Altay Bayindir. It is reported The Athletic he will be unveiled shortly.

Sergio Reguilon: It now appears a move for Marc Cucurella has fallen through. The alternative to Marc Cucurella appears to be Tottenham defender Sergio Reguilon. The Athletic report an agreement with Spurs is close, with Reguilon give permission to undergo a medical, which Fabrizio Romano reports was being conducted on Thursday night.

Sofyan Amrabat: Manchester United have left it late, but are attempting to strike a deal with Fiorentina. Alfredo Pedulla reports Amrabat is ‘confident’ he will get his move.

Jonny Evans: 35-year-old defender Jonny Evans is training with the club. Simon Stone reports Evans is ‘certain’ to get a one-year deal amid the injury to Raphael Varane.

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Not all of these deals will be done, however, all of these players are in contention to leave…

Donny van de Beek: The Dutch midfielder is surplus to requirements at Old Trafford. Over the past 48 hours, Galatasaray, Lorient and Genoa have all been linked with moves.

Scott McTominay: United selling Scott McTominay cannot be ruled out if a club meet the valuation of £40 million plus. He may be useful for midfield depth, but he is not in favour with Erik ten Hag.

Facundo Pellistri: Facundo Pellistri is wanted by various clubs on loan. United have stalled on a decision. He has only one start for the club.

Harry Maguire: It looked like Harry Maguire was on his way out. He has resisted, but United could still push him out the door if the right offer comes in. An injury to Varane may save him.

Eric Bailly: Manchester United have struggled to offload Eric Bailly so far. A solution needs to be found. He is expected to be permitted to leave for free.

Alvaro Fernandez: If United are successful in signing a new left-back, then Alvaro Fernandez will be allowed to leave on loan, Marca report three La Liga sides are keen.

Marc Jurado: Another Spanish full-back Marc Jurado needs the challenge of a loan. He is likely to be allowed to leave.

Hannibal Mejbri: Mason Mount’s injury could provide a chance for Hannibal, however, he did not make the squad at the weekend. The Mirror report he is expected to stay, but there is interest from Sevilla and Everton and this could still go either way.

Radek Vitek: FA Youth Cup winning goalkeeper Radek Vitek is expected to be permitted to leave on loan for the first time.

Shola Shoretire: After a loan deal at Bolton last season, Shola Shoretire needs another move to further his development. He provided three assists in one match for the under-21s at the weekend.

Joe Hugill: Joe Hugill needs a challenge beyond under-21 level. He had a brief loan at Altrincham last season, and needs another.

Charlie McNeill: Another young striker in need of another loan, McNeill scored twice for Newport County last season. Stevenage are keen on a loan.

Dermot Mee: Young goalkeeper Dermot Mee signed a new deal this week. It is expected this is ahead of a loan switch.

Mason Greenwood: Manchester United are attempting to find a solution for the Mason Greenwood situation. A loan or permanent switch to a foreign side is expected.

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