WITH the Euros over, Manchester United are set to step things up in the transfer market.
A deal has been agreed with Borussia Dortmund for Jadon Sancho, with the move set to be formally completed shortly now that the winger's England duty is complete.
And that won't be the end of the Red Devils' spending this summer.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is trying to build a side capable of winning the title next season, and United have been linked with a number of high calibre targets.
So let's take a look at how they could line up next season.
Dean Henderson grabbed David de Gea's starting berth between the sticks in the Premier League towards the end of last season, and the Spaniard's Europa League final display won't have changed Solskjaer's mind.
The Englishman has a good chance of retaining the No1 spot next season, while De Gea has been linked with an exit after ten years at Old Trafford.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka is a solid option at right-back, but United want to sign Kieran Trippier from Atletico Madrid to provide another option.
The Red Devils also want to recruit a new partner for skipper Harry Maguire, having not been totally convinced by Victor Lindelof or Eric Bailly.
Raphael Varane is the No1 option at present, although Jules Kounde and Pau Torres have both been linked.
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Fresh from a summer of outstanding performances for England, including a goal in last night's Euro 2020 final, Luke Shaw should pick up where he left off at left-back – with Alex Telles in reserve.
Paul Pogba is reportedly set to decide his future in the coming days, with just 12 months remaining on his contract.
If he does depart he could be replaced by compatriot Eduardo Camavinga, with Rennes claimed to be willing to sell the teenage prodigy for £26million.
The Frenchman could be partnered by stalwart Scott McTominay, with Fred in reserve.
Sancho will slot in on the right wing, with his pal Marcus Rashford playing on the opposite side and Mason Greenwood also pushing for starts.
Bruno Fernandes will continue to play in his talismanic No10 role, while Edinson Cavani will likely play upfront ahead of Anthony Martial.
Donny van de Beek's future hangs in the balance, although Juan Mata will continue to be in reserve having signed a one-year extension.
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