Manchester United believe David Moyes' departure won't have an affect on their pursuit of Bayern Munich midfielder Toni Kroos, according to The Guardian.
The Red Devils have been linked with the Bavarians midfielder for some time now, and reports have suggested that the Red Devils are willing to pay up to £40 million for the player's services.
It had appeared that former boss David Moyes was ready to make drastic changes to the squad in the up coming market, with the club ready to spend up to £150m on new talent.
However, with Moyes out the Old Trafford exit door, Manchester United still appear interested in bringing Kroos to the club in the summer.
The middle of the park has been a problem area at the Theatre of Dreams for some time now and Kroos would certainly fit in nicely into the Manchester United side.
However, it remains to be seen as to whether the club step up their interest in the German international in the coming months.
With Ryan Giggs in temporary charge at Manchester United, the hierarchy will be hoping to appoint a permanent boss sooner rather than later as the Red Devils look to sign new stars before the start of next season.