Manchester United confirm 25-man Champions League squad

Man Utd have submitted their 25-man squad to UEFA for the group stages of the Champions League after the closure of the transfer window.

All of Manchester United’s summer signings have been included in their 25-man squad for the Champions League group stage, but there is no room for Donny van de Beek.

United have submitted their squad to UEFA for the start of the group stages later this month and Jadon Sancho is included, despite taking his grievances with Erik ten Hag public on social media on Sunday.

Andre Onana, Mason Mount and Rasmus Hojlund are also included in the squad, as are deadline day signing Altay Bayindir, Jonny Evans, Sergio Reguilon and Sofyan Amrabat.

United also include both injured left-backs Tyrell Malacia and Luke Shaw for the group stages, which end on December 12, which suggests both should be fit and ready for action before then.

The ‘A’ list squad comprising 25 players has been submitted to UEFA for the group stage, but it can be supplemented by ‘B’ list players, submitted in advance of every game and including homegrown youngsters.

Alejandro Garnacho will be included on that list and Hannibal Mejbri is also likely to feature, while United might also name a fourth goalkeeper from the academy on the B list.

The biggest name left out of the ‘A’ list is Van de Beek, who has been linked with a move away from Old Trafford all summer. He hasn’t been in either of the previous three matchday squads in the Premier League, with Ten Hag saying after the defeat to Tottenham he was looking for a mov







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