Manchester United manager Solskjaer failed to make perfect use of the summer transfer window despite completing three major signings before the start of the season.
Though the ever-smiling manager completed his move for Leicester City star Harry Maguire, Southampton’s Daniel James and Crystal Palace’s Aaron Wan-bissaka, he failed to add a perfect replacement for Romelu Lukaku who completed his switch to San Siro outfit Inter Milan.
The manager also released Alexis Sanchez to the Italian giants, thereby going into the season without a natural centre-forward.
In a way to avoid the same transfer mishap in the next transfer window, Solskjaer has appointed a personal scout who will monitor youngsters across Europe.
According to the Sun, Simon Wells was appointed by the Norwegian boss in order to help him find many talented players who can help him achieve his aim for the campaign.
The media outlet claimed that Wells will deliver his scouting reports directly to the manager and he will equally advise him on some transfer decisions.
Simon Wells, who discovered Victor Lindelof, is a highly rated scout and he hopes to be of massive help to Solskjaer who can’t wait to improve the quality of his attacking lineup in January.