Manchester United have reportedly made Ivan Rakitić, Kalidou Koulibaly and Aaron Wan-Bissaka their three main transfer targets this summer.
United are looking to spend big at the end of the season as they look to overhaul their squad and compete once again for the Premier League title.
And according to talkSPORT they will do so by dropping well over €200m before the start of the next campaign.
They say that Ed Woodward has highlighted a trio of signings to take the club back to the top table of European football.
Rakitić will almost certainly leave Camp Nou in the summer after they signed Ajax sensation Frenkie De Jong.
The Croatia international has asked for a contract extension but has been pushed back by the Catalan side, with the player’s agent now on the hunt for an alternative.
United will likely fight with Inter for his signature.
Koulibaly meanwhile has been on the Old Trafford’s side radar for some time and was a target during José Mourinho’s tenure.
Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis confirmed in January that they had rejected a €100m offer for the centre-back, insisting it would take closer to €150m to sign Koulibaly.
Wan-Bissaka on the other hand would cost somewhere around €40m and has been targeted by Arsenal and Bayern Munich after a breakout season with Crystal Palace.