Anderson, Nani and Zaha are all linked with moves away.
There’s set to be big changes at Manchester United in the January transfer window as Anderson, Nani and Wilfried Zaha are all going to move on, according to the Daily Mail.
Manager David Moyes is starting the Scot’s overhaul of the squad at Old Trafford and will take up Fiorentina’s offer of around £8m for Anderson.
The Brazilian has been a big disappointment since arriving at United in 2007 from FC Porto for whopping £17m.
Since then the midfielder has struggled with form and weight issues and the 25-year-old will probably be glad to end an unhappy time with the Red Devils.
For Nani and Zaha all is not lost just yet, as the two wingers are only to be sent out on-loan initially – with the Portugal international heading back to previous club Sporting Lisbon and the youngster joining United legend Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Cardiff City.
The Portuguese star arrived at the Theatre of Dreams at the same time as Anderson and although the 27-year-old has had more success, Moyes is still unsure of the player’s contribution.
As for Zaha, the 21-year-old was Sir Alex Ferguson’s last ever signing when joining from Crystal Palace 12 months ago, but the new boss is less keen on the England international.
The starlet has made just four appearances in all competitions this season and is growing increasingly frustrated at a lack of game time.
This is just the start of Moyes’ plans for the side, with club captain Nemanja Vidic, Alexander Buttner, Patrice Evra, Rio Ferdinand, Shinji Kagawa and Antonio Valencia all expected to leave in the summer.
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