Throughout much of the summer so far it has been believed that Manchester United have a limited transfer budget in this window.
This has limited the players Manchester United can sign, with much of their budget expected to go on Mason Mount and goalkeeper, Andrea Onana.
However, according to The Mirror, Erik ten Hag has received a massive transfer boost as Manchester United owners have promised him full financial backing despite the club being on sale.
It is added that, initially, the Glazers were not willing to sanction a £170m transfer budget for the summer during the ongoing negotiations regarding the club sale, but there appears to be a change of stance within the club hierarchy.
This is good news for Man United fans who are well aware that they have a number of areas in their squad that must be improved.
Another central midfielder, at least one striker and a goalkeeper or two are required if Man United want to improve on their finish last season and properly challenge for the title.