Manchester United are determined to sign a new forward this summer amid doubts over the futures of Wayne Rooney and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
After a goal-shy season at Old Trafford, Rooney looks likely to be shown the exit door with Everton and clubs from China and America keen to snap him up.
Meanwhile, Express Sport understands Ibrahimovic will not be offered a new deal despite scoring 28 goals in his debut season in English football.
United were keen to sign Antoine Griezmann, but interest has now cooled in the player after he confirmed his desire stay at Atletico Madrid.
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Manchester United have turned their attentions away from Antoine Griezmann
Manchester United are trying to sign Borussia Dortmund forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
And the Mirror claim that, as a result, Mourinho wants to bring Aubameyang to the Premier League.
The Gabon international is likely to leave Dortmund this summer on the back of a campaign that saw him score 40 goals from 46 games across all competitions.
PSG appeared to be frontrunners for his signature with the Ligue 1 giants reportedly agreeing a £61million deal.
However, United are stepping up their bid sign Aubameyang with Mourinho supposedly holding talks with the striker.
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Manchester United want to sign Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from Borussia Dortmund
It is said the Red Devils have put a five-year deal on the table and are now waiting for the player to decide his future.
Real Madrid's Alvaro Morata and Everton forward Romelu Lukaku are also high on Mourinho's wish list.
While Lukaku looks increasingly likely to return to former club Chelsea instead, Morata could be available this summer and reports have claimed the Spain international could be used in a deal that sees David De Gea head the other way.