Man Utd boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has four players at the top of his wishlist for the rest of the summer transfer window, according to reports.
The Norwegian has already brought in back-up goalkeeper Tom Heaton in on a free transfer, while Jadon Sancho completed a £73m deal from Borussia Dortmund last month.
Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane is also close to agreeing a four-year deal at Man Utd with the France international recently flying into England to complete a medical.
A £41m deal for Varane is expected to take United’s spending so far this summer to £114m but a report has claimed they aren’t done there.
The Daily Express thinks the Man Utd recruitment team have a few more irons in the fire with four main players on their radar.
Man Utd ‘are targeting more signings this summer’ with Solskjaer looking to win the Premier League title this season.
The four players they name as targets are Atletico Madrid duo Kieran Trippier and Saul Niguez, Rennes’ Eduardo Camavinga and Wolves’ Ruben Neves.
Trippier is one player known to be interesting Man Utd as they had a bid knocked back earlier in the summer, while the Express adds that they are ‘planning to return with another offer later this month’.
Solskjaer is keen to give Aaron Wan-Bissaka some serious competition at right-back this season, despite Diogo Dalot’s return from a loan spell at AC Milan last term.
And another position they want to improve is central midfield with numerous names linked to Old Trafford this summer.
However, the Express has narrowed it down to Niguez, Camavinga and Neves as the three names at the top of their list.
Man Utd have ‘touched base’ with Camavinga’s representatives but it might not be enough as it is understood that he prefers a move to Spanish giants Real Madrid.
Wolves could be ‘forced into selling’ Neves and Man Utd could make ‘an official bid in the next couple of weeks’ with Bruno Fernandes keen for the club to do a deal.
Niguez, meanwhile, is another option for United – who ‘think they can potentially sign Saul for £45m’ -but Solskjaer could have to sell players first.