As you might imagine, the Transfer Tavern is rife with rumours surrounding potential big money arrivals at Manchester United this summer.
However, those who may leave Old Trafford over the course of the next few months may well have just as big an impact on the shaping of the squad for the upcoming campaign.
One of the major departures could be a man who has served the Red Devils loyally for a decade now, with FourFourTwo reporting that Australian side Perth Glory are weighing up a move for Michael Carrick.
The 34-year old is out of contract at the Theatre of Dreams this summer and is said to be left in limbo as to whether or not he will be offered a new deal.
Glory captain Richard Garcia, who played with the England international at West Ham, is understood to have proposed the idea of a move down under to him.
Should Carrick be given another year? Or given a goodbye?
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