MANCHESTER UNITED have released seven players including Phil Jones and Axel Tuanzebe.
Mason Greenwood has been retained despite still being suspended.
The club is still in talks with goalkeeper David De Gea with his contract set to expire at the end of the month.
The Spaniard is reportedly close to agreeing new terms on a one-year extension.
Meanwhile United have triggered contract extensions for Tom Heaton, Ethan Laird, Rhys Bennett and Nathan Bishop.
Tom Huddlestone is also expected to stay with the Under-21s player-coach still in discussions over a new deal.
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Five other players have been released including Di'Shon Bernard and Ethan Galbraith, who spent the season on loan at Salford.
Academy trio Eric Hanbury, Charlie Wellens and Manni Norkett have also been let go with the Red Devils promising to help them find new clubs.
A club statement read: "The Academy is proud of all our departing young players and their achievements while at the club.
"They will all be supported in securing professional contracts at new clubs, provided with a bespoke aftercare programme, and will always have a lifelong association with Manchester United."
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Jones departs Old Trafford after 12 years and 229 appearances for the club.
While academy graduate Tuanzebe, who joined aged eight, is also on the lookout for a new challenge.
The defender has had several loan spells but failed to establish himself in the United first-team despite a stunning display against PSG in 2020 when he kept Kylian Mbappe quiet.
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