Manchester United handed £100m transfer wish list by Van Gaal (1)

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Would-be Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal has already handed Old Trafford chief Ed Woodward his transfer wish list, despite the fact that he hasn't officially be named as their new manager.

According to the Mirror Van Gaal is confident that he will be in charge of the current Premier League champions as of this summer, and has already drawn up transfer plans with a view to greatly improving the squad. It's believed the powers that be at United will give the Dutchman £100million to spend on new recruits, and as such he has handed Woodward a four-man shortlist of who he wants.

With a number of targets having been linked with moves to the Red Devils this summer, the list could be seen as a refined selection of individuals who could feasibly make the switch to Old Trafford this summer. 

But who are the lucky souls being sought-after by Van Gaal? 

Click on to see who's on his wanted list...

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