Manchester United readying Shaw & Lallana transfer swoop

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Manchester United boss David Moyes wants to bring Southampton duo Adam Lallana and Luke Shaw to Old Trafford this summer, according to The Express.

The Red Devils boss is expected to make a number of signings in the up coming market after a disastrous opening campaign in charge of the current Premier League champions. 

If reports are to be believed, the Manchester United manager will have as much as £150 million to spend to overhaul his under performing squad this summer. 

And it appears that England international's Lallana and Shaw are high on his list as priorities. The duo have both had an exceptional season at the Saints, and are in contention to be part of Roy Hodgson's England squad for the World Cup. 

Manchester United have been targeting a new left-back ever since Moyes arrived at Old Trafford just under a year ago and it appears the club are winning the race to sign Shaw for around £20m

The highly rated full-back has previously been linked to Chelsea, but it appears that Jose Mourinho is now focussed in bringing a new striker to the club. 

And, with Shaw potential acting as a long term Patrice Evra replacement, Lallana could also arrive at Manchester United this summer.

The Saints ace has a price tag of around £15m and could join Shaw in a double transfer switch to the Theatre of Dreams this summer. 

It remains to be seen as to whether Manchester United step up their interest in the pair in the near future, but fans of the Red Devils will be expecting a number of changes in the up coming window. 

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