Fallen Premier League giants Manchester United have concluded plans to adopt a new transfer strategy as from the winter transfer window in January.
This is according to the publication from the Daily Mail which claimed that the Red Devils will adopt technology and patience as from the next transfer window.
Manchester United have already acquired the services of a Spanish firm to overhaul their squad.
The Madrid-based agency, Drilab is employed by a lot of Spanish top flight clubs as well as English Championship outfit Nottingham Forest.
Manchester United are expected to make several signings during the upcoming winter transfer window as they try to save their poor start to the new Premier League season.
The Red Devils have not made a worse start than this season after earning just nine points from the first eight games in the Premier League.
The problem has been traced to their blunt attack and a dysfunctional midfield thus leading to the various interests in attackers and midfielders.
The likes of West Ham United star Declan Rice, Leicester City playmaker James Maddison and Lyon striker Ousmane Dembele have all been linked with a move to Manchester United ahead of the winter transfer market next year.