Manchester United chiefs have assured manager David Moyes that money will be no object when it comes to rebuilding his midfield this summer. The Sunday People says United's plan to raid Germany this summer has been given a double boost.
The fallen champions have put Borussia Dortmund pair Ilkay Gundogan and Marco Reus as well as Bayern Munich's Toni Kroos on an extensive list of targets after arming Moyes with the biggest transfer budget in Old Trafford history.
United's chances of doing business with Dortmund have been lifted by the interest that last season's Champions League finalists are showing in Shinji Kagawa.
A swap involving the Japanese for one or both BVB stars Reus and Gundogan is now a real possibility.