OLE GUNNAR SOLSKJAER's summer review seems to be underway, with Old Trafford set for many arrivals and departures.
Man United boss Solskjaer wants to revive Red Devils, who finished sixth in the league last season before the new campaign.
As revealed by SunSport today, there are a trio of big name exits expected this summer.
Veteran defender Antonio Valencia is being sought by Miami's Miami side David Beckham after leaving Old Trafford as a free agent.
United also opened talks with Real Madrid about the sale of Paul Pogba with President Florentino Perez, priced at 150 million pounds.
And goalkeeper David de Gea looks set to arrive at Paris Saint-Germain with United prepared to accept an offer between £ 60m and £ 75m.
While the exit of Old Trafford must be occupied, there has already been a new arrival.
Wales winger, Daniel James, signed with Swansea in a move of £ 15 million this week.
But the 21-year-old will face a lot of competition for a place in the starting lineup.
This will especially be the case if United sensationally brings Gareth Bale back to the Premier League with the club exploring several options.
According to reports, United are attempting a bold £ 25m bid to hire Bale on loan from Real Madrid.
Bale could join the onslaught of Benfica's teen sensation, John Felix, but it would take a massive £ 106 million offer to secure his services.
The biggest transformation is expected to be at Solskjaer's bottom line.
United are battling rivals Man City for Leicester's Harry Maguire and, as we revealed, the Foxes are demanding £ 80 million for the central defender.
That would set a world record for a defender, and yet it could be usurped quickly as Napoli want 84 million pounds for Kalidou Koulibaly.
Solskjaer is enthusiastic about young, fast and energetic players, and United has made two attempts to sign Crystal Palace's right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
The Eagles rejected an initial offer of £ 25 million before also rejecting an improved offer of £ 40 million.
The Palace stands firm on the £ 60m rating for the 21-year-old defender.
With De Gea likely leaving, a new man should be among the posts at Old Trafford and can see a bit more business with Real Madrid.
Keylor Navas, 32, almost made it to United four years ago and may finally be on his way to Manchester.