Manchester United seem to be getting things back on track but that won’t stop the board members from reinforcing the team in January transfer market.
Some highly experienced players have been linked with a move to the Theatre of Dreams as Solskjaer wishes to add some experience to his vastly young side.
Solskjaer is equally said to be monitoring some youngsters, including Lille’s 20-year-old striker Victor Osimhen and Newcastle’s midfielder Sean Longstaff.
The Mirror have, however, revealed that the club is ready to spend big on two of their winter transfer targets Kai Havertz and Thomas Muller.
20-year-old Kai Havertz is an important player for Bayer Leverkusen having scored 31 goals and 23 assists since he made his first-team debut three years ago.
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His attacking flair and versatility are the major reasons why United’s hierarchy is making a swift move for his services because they believe he will add more quality to the attacking department.
On the other hand, 30-year-old Thomas Muller isn’t getting the minutes he would have loved to enjoy this season having fallen down the pecking order at the Allianz Arena.
Barcelona loanee Phillippe Coutinho has taken his place in Nikko Kovac’s starting lineup and he is set to find a new club where game-time is guaranteed.
The same report revealed that United are willing to spend £125m for the two attack-minded Germany internationals in January.