In a window which has saw barely any first-team outgoings at Manchester United, it finally seems that offers are coming in.

Up until now, United have only managed to sell Zidane Iqbal and Bjorn Hardley this summer.

However according to reliable reports that could all be about to change, with no less than three bids reportedly now in for unwanted United players.

Fabrizio Romano has provided updates on the links surrounding Eric Bailly, Dean Henderson and Anthony Elanga with all three being approached.

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Bailly approached by Saudi side

Bailly is one player who is bound to leave after he was excluded from the US tour with instructions to find a new club.

There are said to be three clubs interested in the Ivory Coast international with Romano naming Fulham and Steven Gerrard’s Al-Ettifaq as clubs who have enquired.

While he reports that Al-Nassr have approached Bailly already, which makes him the second United player targeted by Cristiano Ronaldo’s side after Alex Telles.

However the future of the Telles deal is unconfirmed with the possibility that the Saudi side have decided against the move for United’s Brazilian.

Forest look for double swoop

Romano also reported on the situation of two homegrown United stars who are linked with moves away.

Henderson and Elanga have both been linked with moves to Premier League side Nottingham Forest.

He said “Nottingham Forest have submitted two bids to Manchester United.”

He explained the details of the two bids, with one temporary one permanent.

“Loan deal proposal for Dean Henderson and permanent deal proposal for Elanga.”

He also revealed that “Negotiations advancing for Anthony Elanga to Nottingham Forest.”

The Telegraph report Elanga is set to undergo a medical at Forest over the weekend, and leave United’s US tour.

He is reported to have rejected  Everton, West Ham and Marseille. The fee will be £15 million.

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