Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has expressed doubts over the signing of players during the January transfer window.
A lot of Manchester United players are optimistic that the club will splash the cash to sign players during the upcoming winter transfer market in January as they try to recover from a bad start to this season.
During one of his recent press conferences, Solskjaer told reporters that Manchester United are targeting long-term signings instead of short-term signings that will do a job for just four or five months.
Manchester United are struggling to stay with the top four teams in the Premier League since those four positions are for Champions League football next season though the Red Devils can still qualify for Europe’s premier club competition via the Europa League.
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They have to win the Europa League to make Champions League football next season if the league route is a no go area.
Manchester United have been linked with several players ahead of the January transfer window with several reports claiming that Red Devils officials have drawn up transfer shortlists.
Players like James Maddison (Leicester City), Jadon Sancho (Jadon Sancho), John McGinn (Aston Villa), Mario Mandzukic (Juventus) and many more are on the Manchester United radar.