Manchester United set to pillage three internationals from Bayer Leverkusen
Why just buy one player when you can get three?
Manchester United's squad is set for a summer overhaul in a few months time, and it appears that a lot of the fresh blood at Old Trafford will be of German and Turkish extraction.
Louis van Gaal, if he still has a job, is likely to cast aside several of the duds he currently has under his wing, and feels some fresh talent from the Bundesliga may revitalise his squad.
According to Bild, Ed Woodward and Van Gaal have identified a major swoop of Bayer Leverkusen to try and tempt three of their best players to the Premier League.
The newspaper is suggesting that Omer Toprak, 26, midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu, 22, and striker Karim Bellarabi, 25 are all being lined up for a summertime move to Manchester.
Director at the club Rudi Voller has denied that they will be selling any of their key players this season, but with Leverkusen in a battle to make the Champions League next term, there may be a push from the players themselves to seek a new challenge elsewhere.
Of course, if Manchester United don't make the Champions League, then any move would surely be a waste of time, if not money.