MANCHESTER UNITED could boast FIVE new arrivals in their starting line up next season.
Erik ten Hag is yet to wrap up his first signing as manager, but plenty of incomings are expected before the transfer window slams shut.
How Man Utd could line up next season with five new signings
Five players are understood to be targeted in a bid to help kickstart the revolution at Old Trafford.
And here Sunsport take a look at how United could line up come the start of next season.
We exclusively revealed yesterday that the Red Devils are closing in on a £40million swoop for Ajax winger Antony.
The 22-year-old scored 12 goals and created ten assists in 33 games last season under Ten Hag and will slot in nicely on the right-hand side.
United are interested in De Jong and are in the process of striking a deal with Barcelona, as revealed by club CEO Richard Arnold in a meeting with fans.
Meanwhile free agent Eriksen is a target after an impressive return to football with Brentford.
The 30-year-old would offer plenty of creativity and United were handed a boost after former club Tottenham reportedly distanced themselves from a move.
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Although there are fears a deal could be off after reports claimed Netherlands boss Louis van Gaal told Timber he faced being AXED for the World Cup if he joined the Red Devils.
United are eyeing a back-up goalkeeper to David De Gea but could also look to strengthen at right-back.
Inter Milan star Denzel Dumfries has been linked, with boss claimed to be a huge fan of the fellow Dutchman.
Alternatively Pau Torres could be targeted if a swoop for Timber is dead in the water.
An alternative Man Utd XI next season
The Red Devils are also set to battle it out with Arsenal for Argentinian centre-back Lisandro Martinez.
And AC Milan midfielder Ismael Bennacer could be recruited if Ten Hag misses out on one of De Jong or Eriksen.
The 24-year-old is keen to leave the San Siro and reports last week claimed United and the Serie A champions had spoken about a potential transfer.