The former Red Devils boss has already brought multiple Premier League stars to the Italian capital during his debut season at the club, with the likes of Tammy Abraham, Ainsley Maitland-Niles and Rui Patricio enjoying their spells in Serie A.
According to Corriere dello Sport, Mourinho is set to use his extensive knowledge of English football to raid Manchester United for three fringe players, with Nemanja Matic, Diogo Dalot and Eric Bailly all on the Portuguese boss' radar.
Aston Villa's Douglas Luiz is also a target, with the Brazilian's contract expiring at Villa Park next summer.
The Athletic reports that Matic has announced he will leave Old Trafford this summer when his current deal runs out. The Serbian has already played for Mourinho on multiple occasions across his career at Chelsea and Manchester United.
As reported by The Mail, Dalot, 23, and Bailly, 28, are surplus to requirements ahead of the arrival of new manager Erik ten Hag. Dalot has previously impressed in the Italian top-flight on-loan at AC Milan, while Bailly's time in the North West of England has been blighted by injuries.
Mourinho set to capitalise on Manchester United clear-out
Roma are gearing up for Thursday evening's Europa Conference League semi-final clash at Leicester, and currently sit 5th in Serie A.
Failure to qualify for the Champions League is unlikely to be good enough for a manager with incredibly high expectations such as Mourinho, who will almost certainly demand new players.
The Giallorossi are not on the same financial level as some of Europe's elite clubs, so the Serie A outfit will have to seek out bargains.
The huge success of Abraham in Italy since his arrival from Chelsea in the summer may convince General Manager Tiago Pinto to sign a higher profile of players for the club. The English forward has scored 24 goals in 46 appearances across competitions for Roma this season.
FourFourTwo claims that new United boss Ten Hag is looking to raise funds for a squad overhaul this summer by selling £170 million worth of players. The weekly wages paid by the club to their players are also set to be reduced, with Paul Pogba, Edinson Cavani, Jesse Lingard, and Juan Mata's contracts all expiring in June.
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