Sir Jim Ratcliffe planning to raise £100m by selling Man Utd academy graduates this summer
Posted by  badge Boss on Jan 25
Ratcliffe and INEOS have already begun their work at Old Trafford (Picture: Reuters)

is planning to raise £100million by selling off some of ’s academy graduates including .

INOES’ 25 per cent takeover is expected to be ratified by the next month but structural changes at United are already underway.

The club have confirmed the

Further appointments off the field are expected to follow in the coming months with plans to reshape the playing squad likely to kick off leading into the summer.

report a number of United’s own youth products could be up for sale as they represent the club’s best chance to collect transfer fees that are regarded as 100 per cent profit in the eyes financial fair play regulators.

Greenwood, 22, left Old Trafford to join Getafe on loan last summer where he has scored five goals and laid on four assists in 19 appearances.

United were prepared to reintegrate Greenwood into the first-team squad in the summer after charges of attempted rape and assault were dropped earlier in the year but eventually decided to part ways with the striker.

Greenwood wanted by Barcelona (Picture: Getty)

His form has attracted interest from a number of clubs in Spain including Barcelona. Recent reports claim the

Elsewhere, Scott McTominay’s future is uncertain. West Ham United were interested in signing the Scotland international last summer and while he is United’s second top scorer this season, he is viewed as ‘replaceable’.

United have allowed Hannibal Mejrbi and Alvaro Fernandez to leave the club on loan this summer, joining Sevilla and Benfica in deals that include permanent options in the summer.

Mejbri and Fernandez progressed through United’s youth ranks after arriving from Monaco and Real Madrid respectively.

Reports suggest Sevilla’s option to buy Mejbri is £17.2m. Benfica’s option to sign Fernandez is set at £5.1m plus potential add-ons worth £2.6m.

Casemiro, Jadon Sancho and Antony are also among the list of players who could be moved on with Al-Nassr interested in signing the Brazil international along with right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka.