Manchester United manager
The Portuguese manager is keen to strengthen both his full-back options, with central defenders also understood to be high on his priority list this summer.
Ed Woodward, executive vice-chairman at Old Trafford, is said to have met with Mourinho, where the former Chelsea and Real Madrid manager informed Woodward that he requires at least five summer signings to make United competitive next season.
In addition to defensive reinforcements, Mourinho is believed to hold interest in a swathe of midfield and forward options, as he looks to replace a number of outgoing stars.
Marouane Fellaini, Chris Smalling, Matteo Darmian, Luke Shaw and Anthony Martial are just a number of players linked with an Old Trafford exit this summer, while club captain Michael Carrick has retired.
A number of the aforementioned departures are expected to happen, meaning Mourinho will have plenty of spots to fill in a squad that he desperate to add more strength in depth too, having finished 19 points behind rivals Manchester City in the Premier League title race.