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Transfer talk has begun to take over Old Trafford as fans brace for a string of new signings before next season.

Saturday’s win at Bournemouth means that the job of getting top four is almost done – but an FA Cup final still looms next month.

But with so little football yet to be played, attention has turned to the club’s major transfer targets for this summer – and those who could leave.

The club hierarchy are set to dump Anthony Martial after running out of patience with the 27-year-old.

The Frenchman went straight down the tunnel when he was hooked in the 57th minute of Saturday’s 1-0 win at Bournemouth.

It was another underwhelming performance from the forward, who has just eight goals in 27 appearances this season. Old Trafford’s hierarchy now want him out — and boss Erik ten Hag agrees.

Man United are also trying to wrap up a deal for Napoli’s star defender Kim Min-Jae as PSG circle.

The Red Devils are ready to table an offer for the South Korean centre-back, whose £40million release clause becomes active on July 1.

Meanwhile, United have also been linked to Juventus Dusan Vlahovic.

They could face a fight with Prem rivals Chelsea to secure the signature of the 23-year-old striker, who is rated as among Europe’s best bright stars.

United also remain heavily linked to Harry Kane who they are expected to push the boat out for this summer.

He appears to have fired a warning shot to Tottenham chiefs after the club’s poor home loss against Brentford on Saturday.

Kane said: “A lot needs to change here for us to start being successful again

“There is a conversation to be had in terms of the failures of the club.

“My focus is to enjoy this final week as much as possible and try and finish the season with a win.

“I am focused on this season and trying to help the team as much as possible. That is all I can do.”

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