United's 25-man Premier League squad confirmed
Manchester United's 25-man squad for the 2023/24 Premier League season can now be confirmed.
The list submitted by United on Wednesday consists of players over the age of 21. Those born on or after 1 January 2002 don't need to be registered and clubs are permitted to use as many Under-21 players as they like during games.
Six of United's seven summer signings are present, with permanent additions Mason Mount, Andre Onana, Altay Bayindir and Jonny Evans joining loanees Sofyan Amrabat and Sergio Reguilon in Erik ten Hag's squad.
Rasmus Hojlund is, of course, still just 20 years of age and therefore does not count towards the limit.
Regular first-teamer Alejandro Garnacho is also under the age threshold, as are Amad and Kobbie Mainoo, who will both hope to be involved for the Reds in the league when they recover from the respective injuries they suffered during pre-season.
Hannibal is another player with first-team experience who is below the age of 21.
A maximum of 17 players can be classed as 'non-homegrown' and clubs are permitted to change their squads during the January transfer window.
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*Denotes player fulfils the Premier League’s homegrown criteria.