Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer didn’t have much to say when he was asked about the possibility of signing Juventus forward Paolo Dybala this summer.
Argentine attacker Dybala has been seriously linked with a move to the Premier League club in recent days but Solskjaer was in no mood to discuss about players from other clubs.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer spoke to reporters during his post-match press conference after the club friendly win over Kristiansund FC of Norway on Tuesday.
Manchester United won the game with a last gasp winner courtesy the penalty from Spanish midfielder Juan Manuel Mata.
The Red Devils won the game 1-0 as they maintained their perfect record in preseason.
On Dybala, Solskjaer revealed that he doesn’t want to talk about players from the other teams.
He went on to say that he’s hopeful of adding one or two faces to his team before the new season starts next month.
The new Premier League season starts in nine days’ time.
Manchester United have signed just two players this summer.
The Red Devils signed Welsh international winger Daniel James from Swansea City for a fee believed to be around £15m rising to £18m.
Manchester United added a second player with the £50m addition of defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka from Crystal Palace.