Opting for the tried-and-true template for Premier League success (spending loads of money and praying that things work out), Jose Mourinho is hoping that three of Tottenham's most important players will help ease his top four-failing woes next season.
Off the back of a 2-1 defeat during Spurs' final ever game at White Hart Lane, the Manchester United boss is said to be lining up a massive £110million triple bid for Kyle Walker, Danny Rose AND Eric Dier.
As reported by The Star, United are looking to capitalise on Tottenham's strict wage structure - which sees Dier the highest paid of the trio on £50,000 per week - and offer the England regulars the chance to more than double their wages, as well as the opportunity to play with the likes of Phil Jones and Wayne Rooney's shadow.
Walker is the likeliest to leave, as rumours abound of a fallout with manager Mauricio Pochettino, but he won't come cheap. An estimated £35-45million price tag being placed on the 26-year-old fullback.
After a disappointing campaign that has seen his side fail to land a spot in the guaranteed Champions League places (as well as far too few Paul Pogba dabs), Mourinho will be hoping to significantly bolster his underperforming squad.
We're sure that Daniel Levy will be more than willing to negotiate.