How Manchester United plan to improve their squad in the transfer window


Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said Manchester United intend to improve their squad through signings and academy products.The transfer window for Premier League clubs opens on Monday and United will be able to do business faster with the Champions League football on offer if they secure a top-four spot.

United have named Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho and Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish as two of the main options to improve their attack and the club would have more buying power in the market with the guaranteed income in the League of Nations. champions.

Solskjaer is open to offloading team players Chris Smalling, Phil Jones, Marcos Rojo and Jesse Lingard, as well as top earner Alexis Sanchez, and has already reiterated his commitment to youth by promoting Teden Mengi and Ethan Laird, both aged 18, in the first row. team training.

“There are two games left of the season and we have been playing without a break since the resumption,” said Solskjaer. ” We appreciated. Most players have had a chance, most have done well. I am very happy with the team.

“It’s just the feeling that we have a good momentum when we’ve played and weren’t injured, so we played more or less the same team and they played really well.

“But as a club we’re always looking to promote the kids and add players who are better than our team anyway. Let’s focus on these next two first. ”

United’s last hope of a domestic trophy ended with their FA Cup semi-final loss to Chelsea on Sunday, although they could secure their second Europa League triumph when competition resumes next month.

Solskjaer came under criticism for his squad selection against Chelsea at Wembley, where he made five changes in one week when Champions League qualification seemed to take precedence.

“We can sit down and see after the league is over and when the Europa League is over to see how we have done,” Solskjaer added. “And then we can assess where did we start? How did we get there?

“Of course at Man United you want to win trophies, that’s for sure. But when you lose a semi-final, we’re so close, we’ve gone one step further. Unfortunately, it was not.

“I would have loved to have hoped for a cup final in a few weeks. “


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