Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku look set to lead a summer exodus from Manchester United.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could be set to bank £200million if United allow the pair to leave and begin a squad overhaul.
The club hierarchy are believed to be increasingly resigned to cashing in on Pogba and will not stand in Lukaku’s way if offers come in.
Mino Raiola is confident his client, Pogba, is heading to Real Madrid and has scrapped talks overs a new contract for the Frenchman, according to The Mirror.
While they will not block any move for Lukaku if Juventus or Inter Milan come calling, the report adds.
United are said to be holding out for around £120m for Pogba, who has been made a priority signing by Zinedine Zidane at Real Madrid.
Solskjaer insisted he was confident of keeping the French international at the club on Friday.
‘You can’t guarantee anything in football but, yes, I think Paul’s going to be here, he’s very determined to succeed at Manchester United.
‘He’s done fantastic for us, he’s a human being as well and we’re all the same – we want him to do well, and he’s a leader in that dressing room and on the pitch for us.
‘But back to if I can guarantee – I would say yes, I can guarantee [he’ll stay], but in life you can never say never, but he will be here as far as I’m concerned.’