Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and key figures responsible for transfers at Old Trafford have nailed their summer recruitment drive so far.
A switch four years in the making, England forward Jadon Sancho is now a Manchester United player after Borussia Dortmund agreed to sell the 21-year-old.
The dust has already settled on that £72.9million deal, while Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane is on the verge of joining Sancho at Old Trafford. But what next for Solskjaer and United?
Having dealt with two 'problem' positions already, they continue to be linked with several defensive midfielders, while England right-back Kieran Trippier also remains in the conversation.
Here, we look at the 19 major players who have been tipped to sign for United during this summer window;
Eduardo Camavinga - One of the most highly-rated young players in Europe, there are several high-profile clubs in the market for the Rennes starlet, who is out of contract next summer. At this stage, it's thought Camavinga favours a switch to Spain but United do hold an interest.
Kingsley Coman - A previous target for United. However, the club's subsequent and successful pursuit for Sancho means they are no longer in the market for wide players.
Ousmane Dembele - Copy and paste from above. Hardly a transfer window goes by without the Frenchman being linked to Old Trafford. While he may not have scaled the heights many predicted at Barcelona, a move could be just the ticket for him to do so in the coming seasons. It won't be to United, though.
Leon Goretzka - In the midst of United's search for a central midfielder, and resurfacing question marks over the future of Paul Pogba, the Germany star was picked out as a potential target. However, while he only has 12 months left to run on his Bayern Munich contract, the Bundesliga giants are preparing to enter talks with Goretzka, which is probably why United's name has been thrown into the mix.
Jack Grealish - After neighbours Manchester City presented Aston Villa with a £100million transfer bid, Grealish might prove to be the one that got away from United. They were interested in him a year ago, but that pursuit failed to materialise and a follow-up move never got off the ground this summer. Perhaps that is a price worth paying for the club finally landing Sancho.
Erling Haaland - Barcelona and Real Madrid in La Liga, Chelsea and City on these shores - the list of clubs who want to sign Haaland is truly elite. United's interest in the Dortmund goals sensation goes way back, while key figures responsible for transfers at Old Trafford initially picked him out as a priority target this summer. Haaland may well be revisited in 12 months' time, unless Chelsea bite the £150million bullet first.
Tom Heaton - Signed, sealed, delivered. In addition to the Sancho and Varane deals, a 'new' member has joined the goalkeeping unit this summer after Heaton completed his return to United from Villa, 11 years after leaving the club.
Harry Kane - Similarly to Grealish, the next destination for England captain Kane, should he depart Tottenham this summer, is almost certain to be the Etihad Stadium. Of course, if City are unable to sanction and complete a big-money move, United and other would-be suitors will be put on red alert. Kane to United appears to be out of the question right now, but stranger things have happened.
Jules Kounde - A highly-rated defender for Spanish club Sevilla, Kounde is another name who had been tipped to fill the void at centre-back. However, the priority was always Raphael Varane with Pau Torres as back-up - as Chelsea continue to circle.
Ruben Neves - Calm and composed, the Portuguese found game-time hard to come by at Euro 2020, but there is no doubt about his standing as a Premier League player. Arsenal have been linked, but latest reports have touted United as a potential destination.
Raphinha - A shining light for Leeds United upon their return to the big time. Six goals and nine assists were more than enough to deem his debut season a success, prompting reported interest from United and Liverpool. With Sancho signing, though, a controversial swoop for the Brazilian forward is seemingly out of the question.
Cristiano Ronaldo - As speculation over his Juventus future came under question, not for the first time, Ronaldo was tentatively linked with a grand return to United. For a number of reasons, it never appeared genuine, although his standing as an Old Trafford and all-time great will never be second-guessed. The 36-year-old might yet move on this summer, with PSG reported to be lurking.
Sergio Ramos - Despite his undoubted standing in the game, the former Spain captain is heading into the twilight of his decorated career and, as a result, was never likely to sign for United. PSG did come calling, though, as La Liga giants Real Madrid gear up for the start of a new era.
Declan Rice - The England midfielder fits the bill in terms of what United want to protect a back four that has already been strengthened by Varane, while a successful pursuit for Trippier would add more quality still. The main stumbling block? Agreeing a fair price with the Hammers.
Jadon Sancho - United first registered an interest in Sancho when he swapped City for the Bundesliga in 2017. He left for Germany a boy, but there is no doubt the England winger has returned a man. Give him a while to settle on the back of his Euro 2020 exploits, then Old Trafford is bound to be lit up by a £72.9million signing who was directly involved in 114 goals across 137 games for Dortmund. Staggering numbers.
Pau Torres - Handed a first-hand audition to impress Solskjaer and the United recruitment team when his Villarreal teammates defied the odds to win the Europa League via penalty shootout, Torres was never the priority target as United favoured four-time Champions League winner Varane but they are considering a second centre-back signing so he could still fit the bill.
Kieran Trippier - There were perhaps a few eyebrows raised when United were first linked with Trippier. That's not to devalue his ability, but more to do with how Aaron Wan-Bissaka has made the right-back shirt his own. A starter in the Euro 2020 final defeat to Italy, that decision alone from Gareth Southgate was enough to hint at what United would be getting with the ex-Tottenham man.
Raphael Varane - It's only a matter of time now before the World Cup winner is officially unveiled. A longer-term partner for £80million captain Maguire was deemed to be a priority heading into this transfer window. United have delivered there, no question, as attentions begin to focus on other areas.
Ben White - Another name thrown into the hat as United sought after a new centre-back. As it transpires, the Brighton defender has completed a £50million switch to Premier League rivals Arsenal.
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