Tottenham are targeting moves for Wilfried Zaha, Anthony Martial and Ryan Sessegnon this summer, according to the Mail.
Mauricio Pochettino was handed a new contract on Thursday, and it is believed the Argentinian held talks with chairman Daniel Levy about transfers prior to signing the deal.
The fact he agreed terms on a new contract suggests those talks went well, meaning Spurs could be set for a summer of relatively heavy spending compared to previous years.
The Mail believes Pochettino has requested at least £100 million to spend on new recruits – part of those funds will come from the expected sales of Toby Alderweireld, Danny Rose and Mousa Dembele.
Pochettino apparently wants the money to go on Zaha, Martial and Sessegnon.
Zaha has repeatedly said he is happy to stay at Crystal Palace, but that could change if the Eagles receive a large enough bid to tempt them into selling.
Martial could be used as part of a deal that takes Toby Alderweireld to Manchester United, although a straight swap is unlikely.
A move for Sessegnon will probably depend on whether Fulham are promoted to the Premier League via the play-offs later this month.