Three Manchester United prospects might leave before the deadline for transfers.

Before the transfer window closes on Friday, low-level departures from Man United are still likely.

If Hannibal Mejbri continues at Manchester United once the transfer market closes, he will be given a significant role.

Mejbri, 20, has drawn a lot of interest, so much so that he was left out of United’s three matchday teams due to the prospect of his departure.

Mejbri is currently more likely to stay, but club insiders acknowledge that things could change before Friday at 11 p.m., and they are not ruling out a move for the Tunisia international.

Right-back Since Spanish clubs are interested, Marc Jurado might depart permanently. Jurado, 19, started with the team that won the FA Youth Cup and transferred from Barcelona to the United academy three years ago.

Jurado is weighing his options because United is open to recruiting a right-back next year and has Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Diogo Dalot ahead of him.

According to United officials, Jurado’s departure would be amicable, as has been the case with other academy departures this summer.

As he nears a long-term move, defender Teden Mengi has been wrapping up his trade to Luton Town today.

The 21-year-old Mengi made his United debut against LASK in August 2020, but he only played as a substitute once more and has suffered two serious injuries in the past 18 months.


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