Preparations for Manchester United's January shake-up are already underway as David Moyes looks to bring in La Liga duo Angel di Maria and Koke.
According to the Daily Star the pair, who play for rivals Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid respectively, have both attracted significant attention from the Red Devils boss and he wants to launch a double raid for them in the winter transfer window.
Koke has been followed by a number of European clubs, particularly since the £16million release clause embedded in his contract came to the attention of suitors, and Moyes sees him as the perfect replacement for Paul Scholes, who has yet to be replaced following his retirement last year.
Di Maria too is being looked at by various outfits, but yesterday reports emerged in France that United had made him a priority signing for January and were of the opinion that £17million would be enough to take him away from Spain.
On top of that it's looking increasingly likely that Anderson may be the first casualty of Moyes' overhaul, with the Brazilian midfielder being strongly linked with an exit at the beginning of the New Year.