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Why Manchester United have agreed to 10 loan exits this January transfer window

According to manchestereveningnews, it has it been claimed that Donny van de Beek was the first player to leave Old Trafford on loan this January and, with the window’s deadline looming, Facundo Pellistri looks set to be the last.informationguidenigeria

The report also have it that another young talent Pellistri travelled to Spain from Manchester Airport on Tuesday afternoon and he’s close to finalising his move to Granada, which will represent his third move away from United. The winger has had two previous stints with Alaves and history shows any player who leaves United on loan several times is unlikely to have a long-term future at the club.

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Pellistri was supposed to leave on loan in the summer transfer window but an injury to Amad, who suffered a pre-season knee injury against Arsenal in New York, blocked his move.

Nevertheless, Van de Beek joined Eintracht Frankfurt for similar reasons. His career never took off at Old Trafford and Ten Hag decided the midfielder was surplus to requirements. He was free to leave in the summer and told reporters after a pre-season friendly that he was open to a departure, but a move didn’t materialise and he was forced to wait until January.JAMB Portal

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It will also be tremendous to point out that Jadon Sancho is another who might have played his last match for United after re-signing for Borussia Dortmund on loan earlier in the window. The winger refused to apologise to Ten Hag after disagreeing with him on social media in September and a January exit was the inevitable outcome.

Hannibal Mejbri was the other loan departure from the first-team squad this winter. The youngster enjoyed a mini-breakthrough in September but found minutes hard to come by after that.NYSC Portal

United also negotiated clauses to benefit the club when agreeing a loan with Benfica for Alvaro Fernandez, who was recalled from his loan with Granada to relocate to Portugal. Fernandez signed for Benfica on loan until the end of the season and the deal includes an obligation to buy if he starts 50 per cent of games.JAMB Result

In all, there have been five loan departures from the academy this month, with Dan Gore, Joe Hugill, Maxi Oyedele, Rhys Bennett and goalkeeper Radek Vitek all leaving.

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