Manchester United are set to splash the cash this summer in the club’s quest to win their first Premier League title since 2013.
Erik ten Hag will be backed in the upcoming summer transfer market, with the Red Devils already making moves to strengthen their squad.
The Dutchman recently urged the United board to bring in ‘better players’ as he pleaded for reinforcements in what promises to be a major squad overhaul.
And talkSPORT understands they are edging closer to signing Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount after agreeing personal terms with the 24-year-old.
Meanwhile South Korean centre-back Kim Min-jae is a serious target for Ten Hag after helping Napoli end their 23-year wait for the Scudetto.
Brentford goalkeeper David Raya and West Ham midfielder Declan Rice are also on the club’s radar, along with Tottenham’s record goalscorer Harry Kane.
Though it is believed that Spurs are confident of keeping the England skipper in north London beyond the summer – despite him having just a year left on his contract.
Should United manage to land their top targets, a number of fan favourites would have to be dropped – or sold.
And that would include French striker Anthony Martial, who could be on his way out of Old Trafford after eight years.
But how could they fit in all of their potential marquee signings? talkSPORT.com takes a look at how Ten Hag’s team could look next season.
Starting between the sticks could be Raya – valued at £40million by Brentford – with David de Gea set to become a free agent when his contract expires at the end of the month.
Despite United having the option to extend the Spaniard’s stay for another year, Ten Hag has failed to give any guarantee De Dea will be his first-choice next season.
Slotting in at right-back would be Diogo Dalot, who recently penned a new long-term contract until 2028 with the option of a further 12 months.
Luke Shaw would then feature on the opposite flank having been a regular starter under Ten Hag.
Real Madrid legend Raphael Varane will likely continue to be used in the heart of defence, where he could play alongside Min-jae.
His usual centre-back partner this campaign Lisandro Martinez is currently out injured with a foot injury, with it remaining to be seen if he will be back fit for pre-season.
Varane’s former Los Blancos teammate Casemiro would then be deployed as Ten Hag’s lone defensive midfielder.
And starting either side of him could be Mount and Rice, where they could play as box-to-box midfielders.
This would see Chrstian Eriksen dropped to the bench, while forcing Bruno Fernandes out to the right wing.
Though United’s stand-in skipper for Harry Maguire has often played there this term when Ten Hag has started Marcel Sabitzer and Eriksen together.
Sabitzer is currently on loan from Bayern Munich, but it is understood that United will not be turning his temporary stay into a permanent switch.
Should Fernandes start down the right flank, this would see Antony and Jadon Sancho dropped to the bench.
Appearing on the left wing would be Marcus Rashford, who has enjoyed his most prolific season to date – chipping in with 30 goals and 11 assists in all competitions.
And leading the line would be Kane should United manage to agree a fee with Spurs for the 29-year-old.