Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is set to hold talks with six first-team stars at the club over their exits this month.
The Red Devils have a huge squad that includes several players that have been largely ostracised as a result.
And Old Trafford chiefs are happy to see some leave to decrease a bloated wage bill.
With big summer targets in mind, Solskjaer has been tasked with letting players leave now to bolster funds as well.
Jack Grealish remains on their radar while Erling Haaland is set to be United's top transfer target.
The Red Devils are interested in bringing in players this month but will only do so if the price is right.
But for six players, their time at Old Trafford is up and Solskjaer will tell them so in face-to-face talks, according to The Sun.
The first on the list is Sergio Romero, who was desperate to leave in the summer but had a move fall through.
West Brom are linked with Phil Jones, who is earning £75,000-a-week yet has not played a single minute this campaign.
Neither has Marcos Rojo and Solskjaer will also tell the Argentine he can depart with Newcastle interested.
Daniel James and Jesse Lingard have their futures up in the air while Brandon Williams will be allowed to go out on loan.
Southampton and Bayer Leverkusen are the most interested in the full-back, report The Sun.
Meanwhile, Solskjaer has already explained his ambitions in the transfer window this month and has admitted that he wants new additions.
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He told United's official website: “As a manager, you always hope you can do something but, then again, it's not something that's nailed on.
"It has to be the right player, the right age, he's got to fit into this squad and for the right value.
”We're always looking and the transfer window will be open but it might not happen.“