Jim Ratcliffe given three-man list of stars to sign to transform Man United's fortunes
Source: Talksport

With Manchester United already preparing for the summer transfer window, their scouts are undoubtedly already drawing up lists of targets.

Erik ten Hag's side didn't make any moves in the January market, but with Sir Jim Ratcliffe's purchase of 27.7 per cent of the club's shares confirmed, the summer could be very different.

That suggests there will be a revolution in United's transfer business, with the club's failed dealings coming under plenty of scrutiny in recent years.

Supporters are starting to dream of what could come this summer, and talkSPORT host Andy Goldstein is one of them, naming a three-man list of targets.

"There's question marks about Victor Lindelof's long-term future, Harry Maguire, and when you're getting players like Luke Shaw playing at centre back you know you have problems with the squad.

"I love Lisandro Martinez, I'm a big fan of Raphael Varane but his best days are behind him, so they need to bring in a future England regular."

Branthwaite is attracting interest from everywhere, even Real Madrid according to some reports Joshua Kimmich - Bayern Munich "The reason I've gone for Kimmich is we need experience, he's 29 years old and he's a brilliant fully-fledged German international.

"You're getting more than a right back as he can play in the centre of midfield too. There are question marks in Man United's midfield sometimes so you're bringing in someone with bundles of experience and you need winners in your dressing room.

Kimmich has had a miserable season at Bayern and could be tempted away Pedro Neto - Wolves "Everyone loves Pedro Neto. He's young and every single side in the Premier League would want him.

"He's the type of player Liverpool might look at if [Mohamed] Salah moves on, he's a fantastic player. I don't think he'll be there next season."

Pedro Neto is destined for a big move Honourable mentions "The other two I went for were Frenkie de Jong and Ivan Toney. I love Rasmus Hojlund and its competition. Hojlund is so young and to get someone with experience who improves everyone."

United could look very different next season