Eric Bailly and Alex Telles, who both missed the first day of preseason training, will reportedly be sold by Manchester United.

Next summer, Bailly and Telles’ respective contracts will expire.

The Mirror reports that Manchester United are trying to unload both players in order to make room in the roster and reduce expenses.

Bailly was on loan to Marseille of France’s Ligue 1 last year.

Telles, on the other hand, was loaned out to Sevilla of the La Liga last year and was instrumental in their UEFA Europa League championship run.

Man United, meanwhile, plans to use the summer transfer window to add players to manager Erik ten Hag’s roster.

Mason Mount was bought from Chelsea, and Andre Onana’s transfer from Ajax is nearing completion.

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