Man Utd planning TWO huge transfers this summer including Kane, Osimhen and other stars… but must sell first

MANCHESTER UNITED are planning to make two massive summer transfers – but must sell first.

Erik ten Hag looks set to continue the big spending ahead of the 2023-24 season following the expensive arrivals of Antony, Casemiro and Lisandro Martinez last summer.

Victor Osimhen is high on Manchester United’s wish listRexJude Bellingham and Harry Kane are also transfer targetsGetty

And the Manchester Evening News report high on the wishlist for the upcoming transfer window are Harry Kane and Victor Osimhen.

The Red Devils will prioritise a striker following the departures of Edinson Cavani and Cristiano Ronaldo, while Wout Weghorst is only on loan.

Kane, 29, is a long-term target and has proved himself as one of the Premier League’s greatest ever No9s, notching up 201 goals.

Napoli’s 24-year-old Osimhen, meanwhile, has been tearing it up for the Serie A leaders.

Portugal and Benfica forward Goncalo Ramos, 21, is another potential target.

Elsewhere, Ten Hag wants to bring in Mohammad Kudus, 22, from former club Ajax.

And in midfield, Jude Bellingham, 19, is a key target while they could even reignite their pursuit of 25-year-old Frenkie de Jong.

Plus a centre-back might be needed should captain Harry Maguire be sold.


However, in order to fund the major splurge and make space in the squad, United know they need to get rid of a few players.

Alex Telles and Anthony Martial look on course to follow Maguire through the Old Trafford exit door.

United could be under new ownership by the time the transfer market reopens following bids by Sheikh Jassim Bin Hamad Al Thani and Sir Jim Ratcliffe to buy the Red Devils.

And the club could also be the holders of FOUR major trophies.

United beat Newcastle to win the Carabao Cup on Sunday and are still in the FA Cup and Europa League plus retain an outside chance of pipping Arsenal and Manchester City in the Premier League title race.

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Erik ten Hag may let Harry Maguire leaveRichard Pelham / The Sun