Artificial intelligence has identified seven players Manchester United should sell in the summer.

“Manchester United should look to sell seven players in the summer 2023 transfer window, according to artificial intelligence (AI),” British outlet The Sun reported on Thursday바카라.

Using AI chatbot Perplexity, the publication identified seven players who are most likely to leave the club ahead of the new season, including Harry Maguire and David De Gea.

De Gea, who has been with the club since 2011, is set to part ways after 13 years at the club. De Gea’s contract expires on June 30, and there has been no word on an extension or negotiations to date.

The Red Devils have a one-year option to extend his contract if they wish, but they are keen to find a new goalkeeper rather than part ways with De Gea.

According to Italian outlet La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Red Devils have recently been in talks with Inter Milan goalkeeper Andre Onana.

United captain Maguire, a 6-foot-2, 194-pound defender, has also been marked for release by AI alongside De Gea.

Maguire, who broke the transfer record for a defender when he signed for £80 million in the summer of 2019, was dropped from the first team to the bench last season due to shaky defense and frequent errors.

United would like to sell Maguire, who is classified as a non-performer, to raise funds for a move, but his high weekly wage of £190,000 is a stumbling block.

In addition to Maguire and De Gea, Dean Henderson, Anthony Martial, Scott McTominay and 2004-born youngster Shola Choretiere are also on AI’s list of players to be released.

AI believes that these players will leave the club this summer, either because they want to be guaranteed playing time or because they have been pushed out of the starting lineup.

Meanwhile, AI has also left fans scratching their heads by including Luke Shaw, who performed well last season under Eric Dier between left-back and center-back, in its list of seven players to be released.

Shaw had a good season in 2022/23, making 47 appearances for the club. Even though it wasn’t his main position, he was able to fill in when injuries and other issues left a gap at center back and played a big role in helping United finish last season in fourth place in the league.

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