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How Man Utd could line up if Solskjaer ‘exploits’ transfer market and gets his targets including Sancho and Grealish

OLE GUNNAR SOLSKJAER could have a star-studded XI at his disposal next season if he lands his high-profile targets.

The Manchester United boss is set to be handed a transfer warchest despite the financial threat of coronavirus looming.

Plans have been in place for the Norwegian to invest heavily in his squad by signing young, exciting talent.

Borussia Dortmund's Jadon Sancho remains at the top of their wishlist with a right-winger a main priority. 

The England winger, who is expected to join Old Trafford when the market finally opens, will cost United a cool £120million.

But at the age of just 20, Sancho will be eyed as a long-term investment and the club believe he is value for money if he stays in Manchester for years to come.

Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish is another player identified to transform the attack.

The England star is valued at around £60m and could play on the opposite flank with Bruno Fernandes filling the No10 role behind Marcus Rashford.

With Paul Pogba heading for the exit door, Solksjaer will be in the market for his replacement.

And he will join the race to sign Lille starlet Boubakary Soumare with Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea all reportedly interested. 

The box-to-box 21-year-old is highly regarded and could slot in alongside the impressive Scott McTominay in midfield.

A new central defender also remains in the pipeline to form a solid partnership alongside Harry Maguire.

Napoli's stalwart Kalidou Koulibaly has been linked with a move to the Premier League for around a year. 

He is also believed to have fallen out with the club's owner Aurelio De Laurentiis.

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