Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has reportedly identified four targets that he wants the club to sign this summer.
The Red Devils are expected to undergo a significant overhaul of their squad when the transfer window reopens, with recent reports suggesting that they could allow as many as six players to leave - including Alexis Sanchez.
Those sales will free up funds for Solskjaer to revamp his squad, and having now been appointed on a permanent basis the Norwegian is understood to have given Ed Woodward a list of four players he wants to sign.
Napoli's Kalidou Koulibaly - who was also a transfer target for the club during Jose Mourinho's time in charge - is their first choice for a centre-back, but would likely command a world-record fee to prise him away from the Italian outfit.
The wishlist is completed by emerging Chelsea talent Callum Hudson-Odoi, although he is viewed as an alternative to Sancho and could be difficult to sign from the Blues should their transfer ban be upheld.