Who might join Nemanja Vidic in leaving Manchester United this summer?
The futures of some of United's best known players, including Wayne Rooney, Rio Ferdinand and Patrice Evra, are uncertain
With speculation over a move to Italy rife, Nemanja Vidic has confirmed that he will leave Manchester United at the end of the season.
The loss of the club's captain will be a major blow for David Moyes, who had been trying to tie the Serbian to a new one-year contract.
But Vidic could be just the first in a summer exodus from Old Trafford.
After Anderson left for Fiorentina on loan, he was quoted as saying "lots" of players "want out" of Manchester United.
Numerous players are out of contract in the summer while rumours are circulating that others are keen to find new clubs.
Here, we take a look at who might be off...
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