Manchester United are keen to sign both Borussia Dortmund’s Erling Braut Haaland and West Ham United’s Declan Rice during next summer’s transfer window.
Haaland has made a stunning start to the season for BVB, scoring 11 times in eight appearances, and he has now netted 68 goals in 67 outings for the German giants in all competitions.
A £67m release clause in the 21-year-old’s contract will become active next summer, and a number of clubs are expected to battle for the Norway international’s signature.
Rice, meanwhile, was strongly linked with the Red Devils over the summer but remained at the London Stadium, with the Hammers thought to value him at £100m.
According to Manchester Evening News Man United are interested in bringing both Haaland and Rice to Old Trafford next summer.
The report insists “a season of capacity crowds, revenue up and staggered spending this summer would make it affordable to sign both next year” when the club was asked about the pair during a query and answer.
Rice, who excelled for England at Euro 2020, still has three years left to run on his current deal at West Ham but is believed to be keen to secure a move to a Champions League club next summer.