Manchester United have already agreed deals for three new signings this summer, according to Daily Mail journalist Mike Keegan.
Louis Van Gaal spent over £150million reinforcing this Red Devils last summer, but is only beginning to see that business pay off after an indifferent first half of the campaign.
Mike Keegan tweeted that he had been told three agreements had been reached, although there’s yet to be any news on which players Van Gaal has been successful in bringing to Old Trafford.
Keegan tweeted: “Told tonight United have already agreed three deals for the summer.
“No names mentioned but it’s looking like a better structured window.”
According to the Express, Man United are interested in Nathaniel Clyne, Mats Hummels, Kevin Strootman, Memphis Depay, Danny Ings and Saido Berahino, while the Metro believe United are also interested in £30million-rated Hoffenheim midfielder Roberto Firmino.
Meanwhile, Radamel Falcao’s could be set to stay in the Premier League beyond his disastrous loan spell with Man United.
MirrorFootball are reporting that both Chelsea and Tottenham are considering surprise offers to sign the Colombian striker, despite Falcao failing to live up to his reputation as a world class striker so far this term.