Manchester United have launched an ambitious £100 million transfer plan to get rid of both Jadon Sancho and Antony.
Sancho, who fell out with Erik ten Hag, finally left Old Trafford as he joined Borussia Dortmund on loan until the end of the season, with no option to buy.
Antony, meanwhile, has come under fire for his performances in a Man United shirt this season as he’s yet to score a goal in 22 appearances.
The pair are deemed surplus to requirements at Man United, who have proposed a plan to get rid of them in the summer, according to a report.
PerThe Standard, Sancho and Antony have been offered to clubs in Saudi Arabia as Man United look to recoup some of the £155 million they spent.
It’s claimed the club want around £50 million each for Sancho and Antony.
The English winger had been linked with the likes of Barcelona and Juventus before penning a loan deal at Dortmund earlier this month.
The 23-year-old, who set the club back a whopping £73 million to acquire his service in 2021, has scored 12 goals in 82 games since joining Man United.
He made just three appearances under Ten Hag this season before returning to Germany.
As for the Brazilian, he was told by Ten Hag last week to ‘do better’ and faces an uncertain future at Man United, according to the report.
He cost the Red Devils a staggering £86 million in the summer of 2022 and has largely failed to impress.
The 23-year-old hasn’t scored this season, having bagged eight goals in 44 games in all competitions last season.
Man United director of football John Murtough met with Saudi Pro League and Saudi Ministry of Sport officials at the Club World Cup in December to build connections in view to selling players in the summer.
Sancho and Antony could be offloaded to Saudi Arabia following Murtough’s talks.