David Moyes has put eight first-team players up for sale at Manchester United as he looks to raise extra cash this summer. Moyes is ready to listen to offers for the likes of Luis Nani, Anderson, Bebe, Kiko Macheda, Anders Lindegaard and Fabio, along with youngsters Ryan Tunnicliffe and Scott Wootton. The collection are all surplus to requirements at Old Trafford, and Moyes is hopeful he will be able to add to his budget by getting rid of them. As well as raising extra cash, removing high earners such as Nani and Anderson will also clear space on the wage bill and the two have already received plenty of interest. Arsenal, Juventus, Roma and Anzhi have already expressed a desire to sign Nani, who would be available for around £8million. Anderson meanwhile has been targeted by several sides in Portugal, including Benfica and former club Porto, while Santos in Brazil are also keen. Elsewhere, United believe they can raise a further £2million from selling flop winger Bebe while they are prepared to let striker Macheda go for free, if he can find the right club.