Manchester United are reportedly plotting a massive €200m+ swoop to aid Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in reviving the red devils after being name permanent manager on Thursday.
Solskjaer revealed Man Utd will be densely involved in the summer window, and The Independent have now reported Old Trafford beckons for two top targets in Real Madrid’s Raphael Varane and Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho.
Each player would very much cost a fee of a least €100m in excess, but will surely put the club in a stronger position to challenge for the domestic and European title next season.
Victor Lindelof has finally come good, following rocky times after his arrival at the club. However, the Sweden international is yet to form a formidable partnership with either of the available options at the club. And Varane is surely a befitting option to grace the Premier League league in the famous red jersey.
Jadon Sancho on the other hand, has emerged a top target since his move to Borussia Dortmund from Manchester City. With the likes of Juventus, Bayern Munich and a few other names being linked to the English international.
Dortmund are reluctant the 18-year-old has a future at the club beyond the current season. However, Manchester United are reportedly set to break the bank to secure the summer target, as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer aims at reforming the team and ready to return to the summit of both European and domestic football.