Rangers boss Mark Warburton has had an eye for young talent. Could he add more this summer?
Rangers boss Mark Warburton scoured the English Premier League for young talent to add to his side last season, signing Dominic Ball and Gedion Zelalem on season long loans from Tottenham and Arsenal.
Manchester United won the under-21 title this past season, with a number of their players stepping into the first team.
Jose Mourinho's imminent appointment as boss would suggest there will not be such a focus on youth as there was under Louis van Gaal, based on his previous track records at Chelsea and Real Madrid.
With that in mind, here are three young players Rangers should seek to sign from Manchester United...
Donald Love made his Manchester United Premier League debut appropriately on Valentine's Day in a clash at Sunderland. Slotting in at right-back, he found the jump in standard tough, although did not disgrace himself. He played on loan at League One champions Wigan Athletic earlier in the season, and is a Scottish under-21 international.
Weir made his debut for United against Arsenal in the Premier League, and is an exciting winger who has scored regularly for the under-21 side for the past two seasons, going on to captain the team this season. He has a better pedigree than Spurs winger Nathan Oduwa, who was sent back to the club mid-season by the Gers last campaign.
Wilson netted twice on his debut for United in 2013/14, but has been unfortunate since then in terms of opportunities. He was expected to break into the team this season, but was loaned to Brighton - and during this time Marcus Rashford has overtaken him in the pecking order. An England under-21 international, he could thrive with the responsibility of leading the Rangers attack.