Manchester United could be set to sign Swedish international defender Victor Lindelof in the January transfer window, but two Old Trafford squad members could be heading out of the exit door. While Lindelof could come in to add to Jose Mourinho's defensive options, both Memphis Depay and Marouane Fellaini have been linked with moves away from Manchester United when the transfer window opens at the start of January.

Manchester United to sign Victor Lindelof?

According to reports in The Sun newspaper, United are very keen on signing Swedish international centre-back Victor Lindelof in the January transfer window.

A number of clubs are rumoured to be interested in the defender, but the asking price wanted by Portuguese club Benfica is around £42 million. That would put off a large number of the interested parties, but United could have the financial backing to meet the asking price and make him one of their new transfer signings.

Memphis Depay set to join Premier League rivals Everton?

Memphis Depay has failed to live up to expectations at Manchester United and newspaper reports suggest that the club are willing to cut their losses with the talented but frustrating Dutch international winger. Mourinho is ready to accept just £12 million for Depay according to the Daily Star newspaper, despite Manchester United paying more than double that figure to sign him from PSV Eindhoven.

Depay has struggled for playing time this season since Mourinho's appointment and Everton are leading the race for his signature according to The Sun newspaper. Everton have also been credited with interest in team-mate Morgan Schneiderlin.

Mourouane Fellaini wanted by two Italian sides?

Marouane Fellaini has had more success in terms of game-time under Mourinho but the controversial midfielder could still leave Old Trafford in the transfer window.

The Daily Mail newspaper credit Italian rivals Inter Milan and AC Milan with interest in signing the Belgian international with both clubs "ready to make a move" to sign him. The Times newspaper put AC Milan ahead in the race for his signature with a switch to Serie A possible in the January transfer window.