MANCHESTER UNITED are reportedly confident of luring Jadon Sancho, Jack Grealish and Jude Bellingham to Old Trafford in a £220million triple swoop.
The Red Devils are set to invest heavily at the end of the season as the club looks to mount a charge to win their first Premier League title since 2013.
Despite teams suffering as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the Manchester Evening News state that United believe they have the resources to be able to spend big in the summer.
And the club could have extra funds available should they offload Real Madrid and Juventus target Paul Pogba.
The MEN claim that Borussia Dortmund’s Sancho, Aston Villa’s Grealish and Birmingham starlet Bellingham are all key targets for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
United are said to have started negotiations with the Villans in February, with the £70million-rated playmaker set to move on should Dean Smith’s side be relegated.
Teenage midfielder Bellingham, 16, visited Carrington in March about a possible £50m move to the Theatre of Dreams.
England international Sancho is understood to be the No1 priority, and United would have to smash their club-record fee if they want to sign the £100m man.
The Daily Star add that United are extremely confident of snaring the winger away from Germany, with the club determined to also sign Grealish.
All signs point towards a busy transfer window at Old Trafford, with Solskjaer recently admitting he will be looking to exploit the market with clubs in a position where they have to raise funds.
He said: “We’re always looking to improve the squad and this uncertainty in the market now, who knows how football is going to be and how the market is going to be?
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“But I’m very happy with the squad I’ve got. I think today’s world is different to what it was two months ago.
“We’ve got to adjust to that and there are clubs out there struggling more than us financially.
“But it’s still a new world and the transfer market this summer will be completely different to what anyone thought it was going to be.”