Former Manchester United teammate Phil Neville has given Ole Gunnar Solskjaer some transfer advice – which is going to be incredibly tough to follow – ahead of what is expected to be his first summer in charge of the club.
Solskjaer is expected to be given a permanent contract at the club following the impressive job he's done since replacing Jose Mourinho in December.
And so the responsibility for the summer's transfers is going to be on him, as United look to add the players who can turn them from top four contenders to Premier League title challengers under their new boss.
As far as England Women's manager Neville is concerned, there would be four new signings heading to Old Trafford.
Neville was asked to name his dream United XI for next season on Premier League Today, with seven current first-teamers making it in alongside his four signings.
Naturally, he went with David De Gea in goal, and then a back four of Luke Shaw at left-back, Diogo Dalot on the right and Victor Lindelof and Real Madrid's Raphael Varane – the first of his summer arrivals – in the centre.
Neville then went for a midfield of Paul Pogba alongside Tottenham's Eric Dier and Barcelona former Liverpool man Philippe Coutinho.
Then in the attack, Phil Neville went for Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford and Real Madrid and Wales star Gareth Bale.
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