Manchester United could do with players like Antoine Griezmann and Toni Kroos.
That is according to Dwight Yorke.
Griezmann is United's top target, while the Red Devils have been linked to Kroos in the past.
And Red Devils legend Yorke thinks his old club can attract those calibre of players.
"United have done it before bringing in [Paul] Pogba and Zlatan [Ibrahimovic] without the Champions League and that is all well and good but we’ve been playing catch up now for three seasons and there is a need to bring in quality players like Toni Kroos and Antoine Griezmann," Yorke told 888sport.
Jose Mourinho celebrates in style after Manchester United's Europa League win Wed, May 24, 2017
Jose Mourinho was very happy after Manchester United won the Europa League!
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Jose Mourinho celebrates in style after Manchester United's Europa League win
Dwight Yorke thinks Manchester United are right to target Antoine Griezmann
Jose Mourinho oversaw his side's Europa League triumph
I am very happy in my most difficult season as a manager
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"There is no question that if we’re not in the Champions League other clubs will be able to attract them quicker than us but we just have to go about our business."
Jose Mourinho insists this campaign has been toughest as a manager.
The Portuguese tactician won two trophies in his debut campaign – the Europa League and the EFL Cup.
And he claims he's never faced such a tough challenge before.
"For me, enough is enough. It has been a very hard last few months, we were short of numbers," Mourinho said.
"Three trophies in one season and the Champions League. I am very happy in my most difficult season as a manager."
Marcus Rashford has enjoyed a meteoric rise at Manchester United
Ryan Giggs has warned United not to expect too much of Marcus Rashford.
The 19-year-old scored 11 goals in all competitions this term.
Rashford has been in terrific form, but Giggs doesn't think he is quite at Harry Kane or Alexis Sanchez's level yet.
"United need to be better in front of goal, because you can't put pressure on Rashford to score 30 like a Harry Kane or Alexis Sanchez and Liverpool have goals coming in from everywhere," he told ITV Sport.
"They need to find that balance of creating more chances and scoring more goals."