Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has assured Manchester United supporters that the club is working on the signing of new players before the end of this month’s transfer window.
Solskjaer talked about transfers during his post-match press conference after the disappointing 2-0 loss to Burnley at home on Wednesday night.
Burnley won at Manchester United for the first time in almost five decades as the Red Devils failed to close the gap on fourth place.
Manchester United stay in fifth place and are now six points adrift of Chelsea who occupy the last Champions League place.
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A win over Burnley would have reduced the gap to Chelsea to just three points.
Manchester United were punished for their wastefulness in front of goal during the Burnley game as the likes of Anthony Martial and Juan Manuel Mata wasted several opportunities to score the first goal of the game before Chris Woods struck the first goal of the game with seven first-half minutes left to play.
Burnley striker Jay Rodriguez added a second goal shortly after the halftime interval to wrap up the points for his team.
It was an historic win for Sean Dyche and his Burnley players who battled hard for the Clarets’ first win at Manchester United since 1962.