Manchester United boss David Moyes will make up to three big money signings this summer with €150m in transfer funds at his disposal.
According to reports in French newspaper Le 10 Sport, United will hand Moyes €150m to spend this summer.
And the Old Trafford boss will target three big-money acquisitions, plus potentially a couple extra to build a more complete squad.
Moyes wants two central defenders, a left back, a central midfielder and a striker.
And his reported targets for the end of the season include some of European football's biggest names.
Up front, Paris Saint Germain forward Edinson Cavani and Atletico Madrid's Diego Costa are under consideration while Juventus midfield duo Paul Pogba and Arturo Vidal remain targets - even after Vidal's contract extension.
In defence, Southampton defender Luke Shaw is the player identified as the long-term replacement for France international Patrice Evra.
United chief executive Ed Woodward made it clear today that Moyes will indeed have money to spend in the summer, with United possibly "moving in the market in a way we perhaps haven't seen in recent years."
United currently sit seventh in the Premier League and take on Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium this evening.