Louis van Gaal doesn't want to bring Paris Saint-Germain striker Edinson Cavani to Manchester United, according to The Daily Star.
The Dutch coach - who still hasn't been named the new boss of the Premier League champions - is reportedly reluctant to bring the Uruguayan forward to Old Trafford in the up coming market.
With the likes of Robin van Persie, Wayne Rooney and Co. at the club, it appears that the incoming United boss doesn't think there's enough room in his squad for another superstar forward.
Reports had suggested that Manchester United were ready to make a £60 million move for the forward, however it appears that Van Gaal has different targets in mind.
The Dutchman has, however, given the green light for Manchester United to make moves for German duo Marco Reus and Mats Hummels, as well as highly rated Southampton full-back Luke Shaw.
It also appears that he wants to bring Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman to Manchester United, despite the fact that the midfielder has been ruled out for the remainder of the season and the World Cup.
It looks set to be a busy summer at Manchester United as the club looks to rebuild after a disastrous season.