Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has adopted a two-window transfer strategy as he plans to complete his overhaul of the playing squad as he bids to get the Red Devils where they belong which is at the top of both English football and European football.
This is according to the report from the Daily Star which revealed that Solskjaer has given himself two more transfer windows to complete his rebuilding job starting from the winter transfer window billed for next month.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has had to work with just two transfer windows until now including the 2019 January transfer window which didn’t see any signings as the Norwegian tactician and former Manchester United striker had just replaced Jose Mourinho who was sacked in December 2018 for poor performance.
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Solskjaer was also in acting manager capacity during that January transfer window and it was not until March that his appointment was made permanent.
He has had just one transfer window at Manchester United realistically and just three players namely Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Harry Maguire and Daniel James were signed with the three players becoming a part of the Red Devils family this summer.
Solskjaer and Manchester United are expected to continue their rebuilding job in January 2019 with several incomings and outgoings expected.