Manchester United director Ole Gunnar has told the Salzcazar club he wants at least three more signatures in addition to the upcoming arrival of Donnie van de Beck this summer.
The United look will conclude a 40 40 million deal for Ajax from Van de Beck in the coming days, with the 23-year-old attacking midfielder becoming their first player to open the first door since January.
These have been linked to a whole host of other big-name signatures, notably Dortmund forward Jadon Sancho, but nothing has been implemented yet.
But according to the Times, Solskazar is desperate to add a center-back, right winger and striker to his squad before the transfer window closes next month.
But that could mean they have to sell before buying, and the choices of Andreas Pereira and Jesse Lingard are the most likely to go ahead.
United have not given up hope for Sancho at Old Trafford, although Dortmund have previously insisted they will not confiscate the player in their m 108m assessment.
Officials behind the scenes are silently confident that they may be able to discuss prices after the summer and that more twists and turns can come back into the story.
Respecting the center-back, Soulskazar seems keen to be a fast-paced partner for Harry Maguire.
Diet Upamekano of Leipzig in the Arabian Peninsula has been considered a viable option, although he recently signed a contract extension until 2023, which means he will not come cheap.
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And while United are still keeping an eye out for any potential available strikers to challenge Anthony Marshall at the top, Odian Igalo’s goal dried up late last season.
But if they want to get something before the start of the new season, their term is coming to an end, with United kicking off their Premier League promotion at home in just three weeks at Crystal Palace.