Manchester United are planning to splash the cash once again on mega signings next summer, Express reports.
After spending over £150million in the past transfer window, the Red Devils intend to surpass that amount in their attempts to regain their status as the Premier League’s best club.
United’s main priority this season is to return to the UEFA Champions League, and if successful, manager Louis van Gaal will receive another £150million to purchase reinforcements.
Recently Real Madrid superstar Gareth Bale has been heavily linked with a mega money move to Old Trafford, with the Welsh international open to the switch in order to be closer to his family.
Bale – who Real bought for a world record £85.3million back in 2013 – will cost United around £90million if he was to make the switch.
Van Gaal is also targeting summer moves for Roma’s £30million ace Kevin Strootman and Borussia Dortmund’s £50million centre-back Mats Hummels, which will complete United’s priority list for their own ‘Galaticos’.
However all three players will only consider a move in the summer, and will be much easier to persuade if United finish in the top four.