Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho and vice-chairman exec Ed Woodward have settled their differences over transfer policy.
The Mirror says Mourinho has told Woodward he has no intention of walking out on a contract that would still have two-and-a-half years to run if United take up a 12-month extension option.
And Woodward has told Mourinho that he will be given the club's full backing in the transfer market after the Portuguese moaned that the £300m he has already spent on new recruits is not enough.
Now United are looking to make a huge statement of intent by grabbing Arsenal contract rebel Alexis Sanchez from under the noses of bitter rivals Manchester City.
United have made it clear they are willing to meet the Gunners' £35m asking price for the 29-year-old.
And they have also put together a financial package including wages, a signing-on bonus and agent's fee that will add another £85m to the deal.