Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has opened up on the club’s transfer strategy for the summer.
The Red Devils are planning a major overhaul as they look to return to being one of Europe’s elite sides.
United’s recruitment has been heavily criticised and the club’s hierarchy now have little room for error.
Solskjaer “We’ll sign players that we think is the right fit”
Following their elimination from the Champions League and their slump in form over recent weeks, it is clear new additions are required.
Solskjaer will be the man to oversee the rebuilding project at Old Trafford this summer following his permanent appointment.
The Norweign manager has opened up on the qualities United are looking for in new signings this summer.
“We’ve got scouts scouring the planet for good footballers and we’ll sign players that we think is the right fit, personality-wise price wise, quality-wise and price-wise.
“And can you have longevity at this club and I’m confident we’re doing what we can to get the right players in.”
On United’s transfer plans for the summer, MEN Sport add:
United’s preference is for young, British talent.
The club are monitoring Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho, West Ham midfielder Declan Rice and Chelsea forward Callum Hudson-Odoi, among others.
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