Manchester United are close to announcing a deal for Jadon Sancho while there are further plans for the likes of Raphael Varane and Kieran Trippier.
It comes as the Red Devils look to splash the cash in the summer with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer being backed by the Glazers.
United are desperate to end their four-year wait for a trophy and are ready to bankroll the squad to do so.
A deal has already been agreed for Sancho from Borussia Dortmund, worth around £73m, with the club set to officially announce the Englishman either tonight or tomorrow.
But they are not stopping there and are already rapidly moving onto their next target – Varane.
The Real Madrid star is prepared to leave the Bernabeu to experience a new challenge while United have long admired the defender.
And the 28-year-old would have no problem signing for the Red Devils with personal terms not an issue as he eyes the last big contract of his career.
United would be prepared to give him a wage hike with a centre-back a priority on Solskjaer's wish list.
Just the arrival of those two big-name players would be enough for many fans but there are more on the way.
Atletico Madrid star Trippier remains a top target and is keen on a move to Old Trafford with a return to the Premier League on his mind.
After winning La Liga under Diego Simeone, the former Tottenham star believes now is the ideal time to come back while Solskjaer wants to sign a new right-back.
That could spell bad news for Aaron Wan-Bissaka but it is likely that the duo would be rotated should Trippier make the move.
Rennes ace Eduardo Camavinga has been enquired about, too, with one year left on his contract and the Ligue 1 outfit looking to sell to avoid losing the 18-year-old for nothing.
However, United will have to battle it out for the highly-rated teenager with Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich all interested.
So, how could the Red Devils line up next season?
De Gea; Trippier, Varane, Maguire, Shaw; Camavinga, Pogba, Fernandes; Rashford, Cavani, Sancho.
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