The Reds rejected a loan offer from Sevilla for Anthony Martial at the start of the month as they hold out for a buyer prepared to cover his £200,000-a-week wages in full and pay a loan fee of around £6m.
Newcastle want to sign Jesse Lingard on loan in a deal that would be identical to Martial's, Donny van de Beek has been offered to Newcastle and Borussia Dortmund while keeper Dean Henderson is still pushing for a loan move amid interest from Ajax.
None of the aforementioned quartet have started a game this month and Rangnick conceded last week United have too big a squad I don't know, the interim boss has now said when asked if there could be any outgoings.
“I know which players would want to leave. I know that there are some negotiations with clubs, but I am not involved in that.
“I will probably be posted and made aware if something is happening.
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