It's only a few weeks into the summer transfer window and Manchester United have already confirmed the acquisition of two players.
On Tuesday, Brazilian midfielder Fred was announced as United's first new arrival as it was confirmed the club had reached a deal with Shakhtar Donetsk for the 25-year-old believed to be in the region of £47million.
And just a day later, teenage right-back Diogo Dalot's transfer from Porto was confirmed for a fee of just over £19million.
With two months of the summer transfer window remaining, Jose Mourinho still has plenty of time to wrap up more deals ahead of the new season and United are being linked with plenty of players.
But what next for the Reds?
Mourinho has an unofficial deadline of mid-July, ahead of the pre-season tour to the US, penciled to bring in more players and it is reported he is in for another three ahead of the next campaign with a centre-back and another fullback on his list.
Here's a look at a few players United are been linked with and the likelihood of deals going through.
The Spurs centre-back tops Mourinho's defender wish-list. The United boss is looking to strengthen in central defense amid speculation around the future of Chris Smalling and Phil Jones.
The Belgium international has said his future is in Spurs' hands and Mauricio Pochettino's side could look to cash in on the 29-year-old this summer.
Alderweireld decided against signing a new contract which means in a year's time his release clause will be just £25m.
United are attempting to negotiate a £55m deal for the Belgium international so it would make financial sense for Spurs to agree to the deal now rather than potentially lose out later.
One stumbling block is his involvement in the World Cup. With the start of the competition looming, the likelihood of getting a deal through before then is getting smaller.
Chance of it happening - likely
Bale has never really left Manchester United's radar, having been linked with the club for years - and United have been plotting their latest move for the Welshman since December.
Mourinho would have signed him last summer had Real been willing to sell and, after a frustrating season at the Bernabeu where the Welshman had to settle largely for a place on the bench, Mourinho could get his chance this summer.
Scouts were sent to watch Bale in the Champions League final, where he scored twice, and recent reports claim executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward is confident he will be able to secure the funds to land the former Spurs man.
The biggest sticking point for United will be who fills the vacant manager's position at Real.
Bale made it clear following the Champions League final that his future was up in the air but after the departure of Zinedine Zidane the 28-year-old could decide to stay put if he is given assurances from the new boss.
Chance of it happening - possible.
Mourinho's already secured one full-back by bringing in Dalot and, with the futures of Luke Shaw and Daley Blind up in the air, the United boss could bring in a left back.
Ashley Young is nearing the end of his career and United have been scouting Sandro as a possible replacement. But, despite him being a favourite to head to Old Trafford, Juventus aren't actively looking to sell.
Dani Alves and Leonardo Bonucci both departed last season and with second-choice left-back Leonardo Spinazzola missing five months of the season with a serious knee injury and Kwadwo Asamoah's loan move coming to an end, Juve will be hoping to keep hold of Sandro.
Unless he demands to leave it looks unlikely he will be moving anywhere this summer.
Chance of it happening - possible.
United have been closely monitoring Lazio midfielder Milinkovic-Savic.
The player's camp have become increasingly confident he will be on his way to Old Trafford as part of Mourinho's midfield overhaul but the big problem between the clubs is price.
United have been given a valuation of over £90m for the 23-year-old, which is likely to be enough to put off Old Trafford chiefs.
With Mourinho looking for a number of new signings this summer, it is viewed as too much. Sources in Italy claim an £80m bid has already been rejected by Lazio but having landed Fred for more than £50m, it's looking less likely United would splash out £90m on another midfielder in this window.
Chance of it happening - unlikely.
United held informal talks with the Chelsea winger's representatives last month to gauge the possibility of a deal this summer.
Mourinho took him to Chelsea in 2013 and although the United boss did say he didn't want any attacking additions this summer he could make an exception for Willian.
United lack a right-wing specialist in the current squad and Willian is viewed as an ideal option to fill that gap. After Fred's signing was announced, the Brazil international described United as 'one of the best clubs in the world' which will curry favour at Old Trafford.
An attacker definitely isn't a priority in this window but if the opportunity arises Mourinho may not be able to pass on a reunion with Willian.