Newcastle United are reportedly monitoring three Manchester United players ahead of the January transfer window.
A £300m takeover of the Magpies was finally completed last month, making the Premier League strugglers the richest club in the world overnight.
United have inevitably been linked with some big names, with Juventus pair Adrien Rabiot and Aaron Ramsey rumoured to be on their radar.
According to The Mirror, Eddie Howe‘s men are also tempted to poach players from their domestic rivals when the transfer window reopens in seven weeks’ time.
It is claimed that out-of-favour Man Utd duo Donny van de Beek and Jesse Lingard are among those Newcastle are showing an interest in.
Dean Henderson is another the Magpies are looking at, it is suggested, with the goalkeeper supposedly seeking a move away from Old Trafford next year.
Newcastle are 19th in the Premier League and are the only team in England’s top-four tiers without a victory this season.