Marcus Rashford and Marouane Fellaini are in store for new Manchester United deals, according to reports.
United last season rewarded Rashford with a four-year contract and triggered a clause in Fellaini’s deal to extend his stay an extra year.
But the Independent claims Jose Mourinho wants his players focused on football and so will aim to resolve any issues over their futures before the January transfer window.
The report also insists the Red Devils are confident Ander Herrera, whose contract runs out in the summer, will sign a new Old Trafford deal.
While United are ready to offer David De Gea a payrise in order to fight off interest from long-term admirers Real Madrid.
England forward Rashford has shone this season, scoring five goals in all competitions and nailing down a starting position in Mourinho’s side.
And Belgium midfielder Fellaini has been revitalised under the Special One and is keeping Herrera out of the team.
But reports last week claimed the former Everton star is stalling on signing any paperwork as the offer falls short of his demands.
United have enjoyed a blistering start to the season, scoring 17 goals in six Premier League games and only dropping points in the draw at Stoke.
Mourinho’s squad have travelled to Moscow where they face CSKA in the Champions League tomorrow night.
Fellaini did not join his team-mates after picking up a knock against Southampton, while Paul Pogba is still recovering from injury.
But Eric Bailly can make his first Champions League appearance for the season after serving his suspension.