After a difficult Premier League campaign, Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is weighing up additions to his squad ahead of next season.
Express Sport understands Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann is his No1 transfer target, while Chelsea midfielder Nemanja Matic is also supposedly on his radar.
Armed with a war chest reported to be in the region of £300million, Mourinho has the finances to bring some huge names to Old Trafford.
However, they have already missed out on Bernardo Silva, who left Monaco to join Manchester City earlier this week.
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Manchester United are leading the race to sign Monaco star Fabinho
Manchester United are leading the race for Monaco star Fabinho
But The Sun claim that, while they lost out to City in that battle, Mourinho is winning the race to sign Silva's former team-mate Fabinho.
The United manager wants to sign a central midfielder this summer in order to coax the best out of Paul Pogba, who struggled to meet expectations following his £89million move from Juventus.
Though they retain an interest in Tottenham's Eric Dier, Mourinho supposedly thinks Spurs chairman Daniel Levy will not sanction a deal.
Tottenham were famously furious after United poached Dimitar Berbatov from them back in 2008, with the striker signing on deadline day despite Manchester City appearing to be in pole position to snap him up.
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Manchester United missed out on Bernardo Silva to rivals Manchester City
Fabinho was instrumental in Monaco's surge to the Ligue 1 title, scoring 10 goals and weighing in with four assists as they dethroned Paris Saint-Germain.
Speaking back in February, the player's father revealed that, as well as United, Arsenal and Manchester City were also keen on signing him.
"We have been in talks with Manchester United, Manchester City, Arsenal & approached by Barcelona,” he told French TV show J+1.
"We like Manchester United & Mourinho's work, but we have a soft spot for Manchester City."