With the summer transfer window on the horizon, Manchester United's targets are beginning to emerge.
Last year saw the Red Devils complete deals for Donny van de Beek, Alex Telles, Edinson Cavani, Facundo Pellistri and Amad Diallo.
As is always the case, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side were linked with plenty of other names in that window as United prepared for the 2020/21 campaign.
Here is a look back at some of the stars that United missed out on and where they are now.
Dembele ended up joining Atletico Madrid on loan in January, with the Spanish side possessing the option to buy the Lyon striker at the end of the season.
Sancho remains a Borussia Dortmund player, despite all the links suggesting he would be on the move. It remains to be seen whether or not United will re-enter the market for the English forward this summer.
The Frenchman opted against leaving Barcelona, where he remains under contract until next summer. Dembele has been subject of transfer talk once again ahead of the upcoming window.
Similarly to Dembele, the possibility of recruiting Umtiti quickly faded. Although he hasn't featured regularly under Ronald Koeman, the French defender is still a Barcelona player and appears likely to stay at Camp Nou.
One that got away for the Red Devils. Bayern Munich agreed a deal to sign the French defender from RB Leipzig in February, with the 22-year-old officially joining the club in July.
Out of contract at AC Milan this summer, Calhanoglu could well be on the move. The Turkish midfielder is rumoured to have caught the attention of a number of top European clubs.
The Bournemouth midfielder has stayed put at the Vitality Stadium, but could be tempted with a move away should the Cherries fail to gain promotion back to the Premier League this term.
An unlikely target from the get-go, King ventured elsewhere and was signed by Everton on the last day of the January transfer window.
Traore has long been linked with a move away from Wolves, but may now find it harder to secure a top transfer after an underwhelming campaign.
Rice has enjoyed an impressive season with West Ham United after staying true to the club in the summer. He remains under contract until 2024 and would command a large transfer fee.
The Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder continues to operate in the Bundesliga and has one further year to run on his current contract.
A transfer saga that could be brought to an end this summer. Haaland's agent Mino Raiola has already held talks with Barcelona and Real Madrid as the Norwegian explores all options ahead of a big transfer decision.
The Uruguayan has not left Real Madrid and recently featured in their Champions League first-leg triumph over Liverpool.
Camavinga will likely be subject of increased speculation this summer having chose to stay put at Rennes. The 18-year-old midfielder will be available on a free transfer next summer, which may force Rennes to cash in while they can.
Tarkowsi has failed to agree new terms with Burnley despite holding contract talks. He will be a free agent as of June 2022.
The French centre-back is still at Sevilla and only appears likely to depart should a club meet his £68millon release clause.
One to watch. Real Madrid will be all too aware that the French defender can leave for free next year and the MEN understands that the La Liga would be prepared to sell the 27-year-old to United this summer.
A player long linked with a move away from Napoli. Koulibaly is yet to leave Serie A and, perhaps, has missed his chance of a big-money move due to turning 30 in June.
A player Inter Milan will not be prepared to lose. Barella has featured heavily for Antonio Conte's side as they continue their push for the Serie A title.
The 21-year-old has four years remaining on his contract at Bayer Leverkusen and continues to ply his trade in the Bundesliga.
With United targeting a central defender in the upcoming window, Torres is one player in this list who remains a possibility. The Villarreal defender has continued to impress in La Liga since initial reports linking him to Old Trafford.
The performances of Luke Shaw this campaign mean that a transfer for the Dortmund left-back seems unlikely to occur.
Grealish responded to rumours surrounding his future by committing his future to Aston Villa. He signed a new five-year deal in September and has continued to impress this season in the Premier League.
The 18-year-old Ajax midfielder has been linked to some of Europe's elite having established himself in the Eredivisie at such a young age.
Under contract until 2025 at Everton, the Red Devils would have to spend big to strike a deal.
Alaba's future has become clearer in recent months, with the Austrian confirming he will leave Bayern Munich as a free agent at the end of the season. United will face competition from the likes of Real Madrid and Chelsea to complete a deal.