Manchester United are presently battling to qualify for UEFA Champions League football next term, but reports suggest they could have a massive war-chest this coming summer.
Their Saturday win over London club West Ham lifted the side to just two points off the Premier League top four log with only five matches left.
However, it appears like the Norwegian coach will receive a huge transfer budget of about £200million to splash around this coming summer window on reinforcing his team, while offloads could also help raise more funds, according to The Express.
Also, the same report indicates that about six players are believed to be of interest to the tactician and the Red Devils, with Dortmund star Jadon Sancho, Chelsea attacker Callum Hudson-Odoi, West Ham player Declan Rice, Idrissa Gueye, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Kalidou Koulibaly thought to be on their wish list.
That list is an exciting one, and could help build a fresh team while also adding English youngsters who are performing pretty well for their league rivals and foreign clubs.
Only time will tell how successful the Red Devils are with that proposed plan, but the instant focus will surely be on placing themselves in a solid frame to attract their transfer targets by returning to the Champions League next season.