Following many disappointing seasons finishing empty-handed, Manchester United can't wait to get back on track and win silverware after a long time. With Jadon Sancho almost on board, the Red Devils would now proceed to the signings of two French internationals.

The Borussia Dortmund superstar has been a long desire in Old Trafford but he might not be enough to propel United to a much-needed return to prominence. Therefore, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could be considering more options to build a stronger side.

With their sights set on boosting different positions, Manchester United would be willing to spend around €75 million ($90m) for two big-name players who are running out of contract next year. Should they seal these signings, the Premier League giants would be expected to finally end a trophyless streak.

Raphael Varane

Raphael Varane could be finally joining Manchester United this summer. (Getty)

The Real Madrid center-back has been on Manchester United's radar for months, according to Fabrizio Romano. Raphael Varane plays a pivotal role in Los Blancos and he probably became even more important for them after Sergio Ramos' exit.

However, the 28-year-old might be considering a new challenge after ten years at Santiago Bernabeu. Spanish outlet Marca reported that Manchester United would offer €50 million ($60m) for Varane. His deal runs out next summer, which is why Madrid would listen to offers before he becomes a free agent.

Eduardo Camavinga

Eduardo Camavinga is set to leave Rennes this summer. (Getty)

The 18-year-old sensation has caught the attention of the likes of Real Madrid and PSG after his impressive breakthrough in French club Rennes, but Manchester United could be leading the race to land him this summer.

Eduardo Camavinga's contract with the Ligue 1 side will expire in 2022 and he's not expected to agree to an extension. Therefore, Rennes would be open to selling him now before he leaves for free and could even lower their demands. According to Marca, the Red Devils would offer around €25 million ($30m) for the French prodigy, while the other interested clubs wouldn't see him as a priority right now.