Old Trafford side chase Bundesliga talents.
Man United have set their sights on a trio of German internationals according to the Daily Mirror.
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Old Trafford boss David Moyes has an extensive list of summer targets but at the head of the queue are three Bundesliga stars that could greatly improve his Man United squad.
Man United are tracking Borussia Dortmund box to box performer Ilkay Gundogan, who may be seen as a better holding midfield option than Marouane Fellaini, who was employed in the role before he was sidelined with injury.
Moyes is also targeting Westfalenstadion star Marco Reus, who could ably link midfield and attack, with the 24 year old a regular goal-scorer for Borussia Dortmund since moving to the club in July 2012, netting 31 goals in 72 appearances.
Jurgen Klopp has seen the likes of Shinji Kagawa, Nuri Sahin (who later returned to the club), Mario Gotze and now Robert Lewandowski, who is to join Bayern Munich in the summer, leave Borussia Dortmund and there is every chance more players could follow suit.
Man United are also keen on Bayern Munich’s Toni Kroos, who is having a contractual issues with the Bavarian club, with the 24 year old earning £60k a week and demanding parity with the likes of Franck Ribery, who earns three times more.
Is a row that has led to Kroos being dropped to the bench for two of the club’s last three Bundesliga fixtures.
Moyes is clearly keen to improve his midfield and the likes of Anderson, who is already out on loan, Tom Cleverley and wingers Ashley Young and Nani fighting for their Man United futures.
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