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Man Utd’s record-breaking wonderkid Shola Shoretire set to leave on free transfer after not playing for TWO YEARS

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MANCHESTER UNITED wonderkid Shola Shoretire is set to leave the club, according to reports.

The youngster has not got a look in since Erik ten Hag took charge.

Shola Shoretire looks set to leave Manchester United

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Shola Shoretire looks set to leave Manchester UnitedCredit: Getty

He is out of contract at the end of the month and is likely to attract a number of suitors.

United still hope to reach an agreement over a new deal with Shoretire, according to Manchester World.

He had been offered a new contract by the Red Devils but is reportedly ready to leave.

The club want to tie Shoretire down with a view to giving him a chance in pre-season before loaning him out.

Shoretire, 20, is a record breaker at United after becoming the club’s youngest EVER player in Europe, featuring in a 0-0 draw with Real Sociedad.

He had become United’s seventh-youngest player ever when he stepped on for Marcus Rashford in a game against Newcastle in 2021.

Shoretire also wore the highest shirt number ever for a United player in a competitive match – 74.

Another United player seemingly heading for the exit door is Mason Greenwood.

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Although they are believed to have rejected a £20million offer for the forward from Lazio.

United reportedly want £30m for Greenwood, who is attracting plenty of attention.

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