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Manchester United: Van Gaal has approved moves for trio

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Manchester United manager target Louis van Gaal has has approved moves for summer transfers, amid reports he's set to take the managerial hot seat at Old Trafford. 

As reported by The Daily Star, the 62-year-old manager - who is currently in charge of the Dutch national side - has approved moves for Marco Reus, Edinson Cavani and Luke Shaw. 

Manchester United have been heavily tipped to make a number of signings in the up coming market, and it now appears that this trio are high on the priority list. 

Reus has been an integral member of Borussia Dortmund's side in recent seasons and has been linked with a £30 million switch to The Theatre of Dreams. Southampton's promising full-back Luke Shaw has also been tipped to make a £30m, switch to the club, whilst reports have suggested that Manchester United are ready to make an offer of up to £60m in order to land Cavani from PSG. 

The trio - in total - could cost the club around £120m, but it remains to be seen as to whether the Manchester United hierarchy step up their interest in the players in the near future. 

Manchester United fans will be desperate for the club to make some top additions this summer after a disastrous campaign which has seen them slump to seventh place in the Premier League table. 

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