Manchester United could reportedly still offload up to four more players this summer.
The deadline for international transfers and deals between top-flight clubs passed on Monday, with United bringing in Alex Telles, Edinson Cavani and Facundo Pellistri on the final day of the window, in addition to agreeing a deal to sign Amad Traore in January.
Deals between Premier League clubs and EFL clubs are still able to be struck until October 16, and The Mirror reports that United could look to take advantage of that by offloading four fringe players.
Should Romero stay at the club then another goalkeeper Lee Grant could be shipped out to a Championship team.
However, the wages of Jones, Rojo and Romero in particular would likely price most lower-league clubs out of signing them unless United foot a large chunk of the bill.
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