It has been reported that whoever becomes Manchester United's next permanent boss will be given about £200 million (R3.4 billion) to spend on signings at the end of the season.
Despite Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's excellent start as interim manager, there has been no indication that he will be permanently employed come the end of the campaign.
Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino is said to be the man the Manchester club's board want, although it might be difficult to get the Argentine out of his contract in London.
Regardless of who it is, according to The Sun, United's next boss will reportedly be given about £200 million to spend on players.
Many believe the Red Devils should strengthen their backline in particular, with perhaps a new right-back and a centre-back. The club could also look to offload one or two players from the current squad.
Since Solskjaer's arrival in the Old Trafford hot seat, United are unbeaten in 10 matches, winning nine times and drawing once.
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