December 4, 2021

Manchester United full list of ins and outs for 2021/22 summer transfer window – Manchester Evening News

Manchester United’s business for the summer of 2021 is completed, following a window where significant investment was made in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s squad.

After finishing second in the Premier League last season and runners-up in the Europa League, United have bolstered their side for a push towards honours in the forthcoming campaign.

It has been a solid start to the season for United, with a rousing victory over Leeds United followed by a draw with Southampton and victory over Wolves.

Two of United’s marquee summer additions have already made their debuts, with Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane already working their way into the starting line-up.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s return to Old Trafford is now fiercely-anticipated following his homecoming from Juventus.

All in all, United have completed 28 deals throughout the transfer window, including five incoming signings, and the majority of departures have been loan deals.

Daniel James is the only departure for a significant fee, having joined Leeds United on deadline day, while loan departures to watch include James Garner, Brandon Williams and Facundo Pellestri.

Ins

Jadon Sancho – Borussia Dortmund (£73m)

Raphael Varane – Real Madrid (£34m)

Cristiano Ronaldo – Juventus (£12.8m)

Tom Heaton – Aston Villa (free)

Paul McShane – Rochdale (free)

Outs

Daniel James – Leeds United (£25m)

Joel Pereira – RKC Waalwijk (free)

Tahith Chong – Birmingham City (loan)

Facundo Pellestri – Alaves (loan)

Axel Tuanzebe – Aston Villa (loan)

Andreas Pereira – Flamengo (loan)

Brandon Williams – Norwich City (loan)

Sergio Romero – released

Charlie McCann – Rangers (£792k)

Max Taylor – Rochdale (free)

Arnau Puigmal – Almeria (free)

Will Fish – Stockport (loan)

Jacob Carney – Sunderland (free)

Mark Helm – Burnley (free)

Reece Devine – St. Johnstone (loan)

James Garner – Nottingham Forest (loan)

Dylan Levitt – Dundee United (loan)

Ethan Galbraith – Doncaster (loan)

Nathan Bishop – Mansfield (loan)

Di’Shon Bernard – Hull City (loan)

D’Mani Mellor – Salford City (loan)

Ethan Laird – Swansea City (loan)

Aliou Traore – released