Manchester United are lining up a sensational double swoop ahead of this summer according to the publication from The Sun.
The Red Devils want to splash as much as £325m on two Premier League playmakers in James Maddison and Jack Grealish as reported by the aforementioned media outlet.
Leicester City have punched above their weight in the Premier League this season and James Maddison has been a big part of that success. The one-cap England national team player has scored nine goals in all competitions for the Foxes.
Aston Villa skipper Jack Grealish has been the best player at the Midlands club this summer.
The Sun revealed that Manchester United want to sign James Maddison in a £90m deal in the summer plus weekly wages of £200,000 which is more than double his current salary at the King Power Stadium.
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For Jack Grealish, he has given the go ahead for the Red Devils to make a move for him this summer. The Aston Villa skipper is a £70m target for the Red Devils.
The total package for the two midfielders is around £325m according to The Sun.
Manchester United already made a new midfield signing last month with the transfer of Portuguese international Bruno Fernandes.
The 25-year-old signed for the Old Trafford club for an initial fee of £47m plus add-ons and bonuses that could take the transfer towards the £65m mark.
Bruno Fernandes scored eight goals and seven assists in 15 league games for Sporting Lisbon in Portugal before his transfer to Old Trafford this year.
He made his debut for Manchester United shortly before the winter break during the Premier League clash at home to Wolverhampton Wanderers which ended in a goalless draw.
Bruno Fernandes is in line to make his second Manchester United appearance at Chelsea on Monday night.