Today, Man Utd are eyeing two more signings this summer....
United have spent £146 million on three players already this summer- £75m for striker Romelu Lukaku, £31m on central defender Victor Lindelof and £40 million on holding midfielder Nemanja Matic.
Another attacker is on the agenda and the M.E.N. claim that contrary to some reports, United haven't ended their interest in Perisic and are ready to make another attempt to sign the Croatian worldwide.
The article claims that Inter Milan had initially demanded that Manchester United include Anthony Martial as part of the deal for Perisic - but the Red Devils have no intention of selling the France global.
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The Italian outfit are adamant that the 28-year-old has never been on the market and want to tie him down to a new contract, with sporting director Piero Ausilio recently reaffirming the club's stance.
The United manager also repeated that Zlatan Ibrahimovic could re-sign despite having been released.
If United can't land one of their prime left-back targets then they may opt to strengthen on the right with the report suggesting that interest has been shown in Paris Saint-Germain's Serge Aurier.
Mourinho was very keen on making Ivan Perisic his fourth and final signing of the summer, giving him the attacking mid/winger that he was looking for to fill out all of his designated position group needs.
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