The future of two Manchester United players looks a little bit clearer this afternoon, as there is news on their potential departures.

As well as this, United are seemingly moving onto their next two targets after they reportedly agreed a fee with Inter Milan for Andre Onana.

Amad and Elanga on their way out?

According to a report from Simon Jones of the Daily Mail, Amad Diallo, who was out on loan last season at Sunderland, could be set for another loan. The report states that Leicester City, under Enzo Maresca, are interested in the Ivorian but they appreciate that clubs in the Premier League are interested in the winger such as newly-promoted Burnley and Sheffield United.

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Jones states that Ten Hag would like to see Amad during pre-season before making a decision on the winger’s future.

One player whose future looks to be lying away from Old Trafford is Anthony Elanga.

A report from the BBC last week stated United valued the winger at £15-20 million with Sean Dyche’s Everton interested. Jones, in his weekly column, states that the 21-year-old has decided on his next destination but it seems unlikely to be the Merseyside club, however, with Nottingham Forest also reportedly interested.

Rasmus Hojlund and Sofyan Amrabat next on the list

Danish striker Rasmus Hojlund has been linked with a move to United and according to Jones’ latest column, United will pick up talks with Atalanta over the 21-year-old. There seems to be a boost for United too, with Onana’s deal coming to £41 million all in, so there may be some room in the budget to splash a bit more on the former Sturm Graz striker.

Despite the £86 million valuation, it is believed a £65 million fee could be enough for United to acquire the Danish forward, with Hojlund also reportedly very keen on the idea of joining United.

Another player that United could be about to work on signing is Sofyan Amrabat. The Moroccan international has been heavily linked with United this summer and Corriere dello Sport claim that United have seen an offer rejected by Fiorentina.

The offer in question doesn’t meet the Italian side’s €30 million valuation of the 26-year-old. United’s offer is ‘far’ from what Fiorentina are demanding for the midfielder.

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