Old Trafford side set for massive summer.
Man United boss David Moyes is set for a massive transfer war-chest as his Old Trafford employers look to back him to the hilt with a windfall of around £110m this summer.
CaughtOffside understands that no expense will be spared as the Glazers seek to help Moyes to freshen up an ageing Man United squad whilst also looking to make long term plans under the Scot.
Moyes has been drawing up an extensive list of transfer targets and Man United will look to offset any potential issues with luring players to the club if Champions League football has not been secured for 2014/15 with the offer of highly lucrative long term deals.
Chief among the those on the Man United radar is Borussia Dortmund forward Marco Reus, who could be the latest big name to leave the Westfalenstadion side.
Moyes is keen to bring in the 24 year old German international as an added attacking option and is ready to offload Javier Hernandez & Shinji Kagawa to help make room for the former Borussia Monchengladbach man.
Reus has been a massive success since moving to Borussia Dortmund, scoring 30 goals and providing 20 assists in 78 appearances, this despite the club’s fall from Bundesliga title contenders to also-rans.
Dortmund are now some 20 points off Bayern Munich and were lucky to scrape through to the last 16 of the Champions League and having seen Mario Gotze leave for the Allianz Arena, and goal machine Robert Lewandowski set to follow suit, Reus could be tempted by a move to Man United.
Moyes is ready to freshen up his attacking options and as well as making Hernandez and Kagawa available for sale he is ready to cash-in on Ashley Young and Nani as he seeks to bring in more adaptable talents who can work across numerous roles in the final third, hence his capture of Juan Mata.
Man United are ready to offer up to £35m for Reus.