New Manchester United manager David Moyes made several changes to his coaching team this week but who will the former manager bring in to strengthen the playing staff?
Here are five possible players Moyes could bring in to improve United's attack, suggested by talkSPORT:
1. Gareth Bale (Tottenham Hotspur)
The Premier League's top goalscorer from last season and PFA Player of the Year winner, Bale is one of the few forwards who would make United stronger.
The Wales international has regularly hinted at his desire to play Champions League football in the upcoming campaign and, yet to agree an extension to his Tottenham contract, Spurs could be forced into accepting a deal.
2. Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid)
The return of the Portuguese superstar to Old Trafford would be a dream move for many United fans.
Whilst the Red Devils would need to shatter their transfer record to bring Ronaldo back to his former club, the final month's of Jose Mourinho's spell with Real Madrid was marred by rumours that the 2008 FIFA Ballon d'Or winner had become unhappy.
But could Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement ruin negotiations?
3. Robert Lewandowski (Borussia Dortmund)
The Polish striker has been linked with a move to north west England throughout his standout season in the Bundesliga .
Lewandowski netted 24 German league goals, including a 12-match scoring streak, and sparkled for Dortmund on their route to the UEFA Champions League final.
4. Marouane Fellaini (Everton)
With 12 invaluable domestic goals, the attacking midfielder was the cornerstone of David Moyes' Everton team last season and is currently tipped to follow the Scotsman to United's Carrington training ground in the coming weeks.
Fellaini is also the vital element of a national side desperate to impress in next year's World Cup, yet the Belgian has been deployed in a midfield role for club and country of late.
5. Edinson Cavani (Napoli)
Europe's most sought-after starlet has also been linked with Manchester City, Chelsea, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain - which perhaps serves to prove what a worthwhile signing Cavani could become.
The Uruguayan's immense talent, although United appear to be behind the rest in the pursuit of the player.
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