In today’s landscape of English football, Manchester United are slowly attempting to work their way back up to the heights of the Fergie days under Jose Mourinho. Unfortunately, not everyone in the squad can flourish in the new set-up and these seven players in particular need to find a new club ASAP.
Last year, Anthony Martial was Old Trafford's own personal golden boy.
The Frenchman's phenomenal ability meant he could do no wrong, but just 12 months later the youngster is struggling to get back into the team and even lost his number 9 shirt.
Go abroad for a year or two, recuperate, then come back to tear up in the Premier League all over again.
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Picture the scenario - you're the number one keeper for your nation who reached both the World Cup and Copa America finals in the last few years, and yet you're stuck sitting on the bench having to endure the miserable Manchester weather.
How can Romero possibly be happy in his current position? The Argentine needs to be playing regular football, period.
The former Southampton midfielder simply isn't getting the respect he deserves under Jose Mourinho, and for such a quality player that is unacceptable.
The abilities this lad possesses would see him walk into most teams around Europe, but for some reason the Frenchman can't hold down a regular place at Old Trafford which is a great shame.
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If you rearrange the letters in this bloke's name you get 'Huge Disappointment' - at least, you should.
Apart from a few nice cameos in the Europa League, the Dutchman has added absolutely nothing to United's starting XI and for the price that was paid for him, that isn't good enough.
Expect to see him get shown the back door in January.
Januzaj seems to be morphing into Macheda Part 2: revenge of the one hit wonder.
Now I know he's head and shoulders above good old Federico, but either way it seems like his career will turn out the same way; too weak and not enough overall talent.
Things have been looking pretty pear shaped for Young for a few years now, and to be honest if he has any hope of salvaging his career he needs to find the exit door at Old Trafford pretty quickly.
It doesn't look like things are going to get any better any time soon, and he could still do a job for a second tier side.
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Some people may be shocked and outraged by this decision, but hear me out.
The youngster has only just come back from a debilitating injury, but rumours are already circulating that Mourinho isn't a big fan of the youngster and it appears as if he's behind Daley Blind in the pecking order.
Maybe a move away from Manchester wouldn't be the worst thing.