Manchester United ready to sign the world's biggest players

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Manchester United have told Louis van Gaal that no player is out of reach, giving him the green light to chase any one of his transfer targets in upcoming transfer windows, reports The Express.

The Glazer family have seen a huge increase in the club's value since becoming the majority share holders in 2005. Leading financial experts believe Middle Eastern parties would pay up to £2 billion for the Red Devils.

However, the Glazer's are ready to invest heavily in the squad, using their superior commercial value to rocket Manchester United's valuation towards £3 billion in the near future.

Selling shares

Edward Glazer outlined the club's plans to chase the world's biggest stars in a money-no-object spree in his prospectus sent out to parties interested in his three million shares.

That could bank him around £25 million and give him the exit from the club he has been looking for. However, brother Bryan, Joel and Avram are committed to driving the club forward.

No player out of reach

Van Gaal has been given the go-ahead to chase any player he wants. Real Madrid's Gareth Bale, who could cost almost £100 million, is a realistic target while Bayern Munich's Thomas Muller, Roma's Kevin Strootman and Borussia Dortmund's Mats Hummels are well within their sights.

Manchester United don't just want to get back on top of the Premier League, but to become European champions once again. They are already well ahead of their rivals in terms of commercial revenue, but know they can go even further by bagging some major trophies.

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