Los Blancos have reportedly offered James Rodriguez, Gareth Bale and Keylor Navas to United in their bid to sign Paul Pogba
Real Madrid have reportedly stepped up their pursuit of Paul Pogba by offering three of their players to Manchester United.
Bernebeu chief Zinedine Zidane has identified the Frenchman as one of his prime targets and is now putting pressure on the club to secure a deal.
Gareth Bale is one star who could be involved in the deal – the Welshman has again fallen out of favour with Zidane and has been heavily linked with a move to the Red Devils.
Real are also offering James Rodriguez and Keylor Navas, with the latter likely to replace David de Gea who also wants out of United having stalled on a new deal in recent months.
But where would these Los Blancos stars fit in at Manchester United? talkSPORT.com has drawn a line-up of a team including the three Real players.
As mentioned earlier, De Gea has been stalling on a new deal at Old Trafford and United could look to cash in on their shot-stopper.
Navas would be a solid replacement for the Spaniard. The Costa Rican has been an imperious figure between the sticks for Real Madrid for many years and United could distribute the funds from De Gea to strengthen other areas of the team.
Bale would also be a welcome addition for United as they have been crying out for a proven right-winger for many years now.
Jesse Lingard is 26 and although he has impressed in parts, he is not good enough to start week in week out for the club.
Bale can make something out of nothing at any moment and although he is injury prone, he could become a talismanic figure for Solskjaer.
A move to the Premier League, where he is respected, could be the perfect move for the Welshman to reinvigorate his career
Rodriguez had a difficult second season on loan with Bayern Munich but there is no doubting he is hugely talented.
The Colombian is technically superb and could provide the wide-men and striker with the creative nous needed in attack.
He should slot in perfectly in the No.10 role, filling the void left by Juan Mata who is seemingly on the way out of the club.
Is this how the line-up could look with the Real Madrid trio?