Manchester United missed out on the signing of PSV Eindhoven winger Steven Bergwijn in the just concluded winter transfer window after senior club officials decided to wait till the summer before making any signing.
The Red Devils are one of the most in-form teams on the European continent and that’s largely due to the influence of former club striker Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The Norwegian has won eight out of his nine games in charge since taking the managerial job at Old Trafford as a replacement for the hapless Jose Mourinho who was sacked after an underwhelming start to this season.
Solskjaer and senior Manchester United officials reached the decision of not making any signings in the just concluded transfer window with the team flying high under his guidance.
The decision meant that their interest in the aforementioned Bergwijn stayed that way.
Manchester Evening News (MEN) claim that the Red Devils will resume their pursuit of the player in the summer.
The 21-year-old has been in superb form for his Dutch Eredivisie side this term having been involved in 20 goal contributions in his 25 appearances.
His form has propelled Dutch champions PSV Eindhoven to the top of the Eredivisie and five points ahead of nearest challengers Ajax Amsterdam.
Steven Bergwijn is rated at around £30m at the moment.