Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is calm on the club’s lack of transfer activity despite the fact that the window closes in a matter of days.
Solskjaer spoke about transfers in the aftermath of the Carabao Cup fourth round win at Brighton and Hove Albion.
The Manchester United manager talked about transfers, Borussia Dortmund player Jadon Sancho and other transfer-related issues during his post-match press conference on the back of that Brighton game.
Scott McTominay, Juan Manuel Mata and substitute Paul Pogba scored for the Red Devils as they booked their place in the quarterfinals.
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When asked about top transfer target Jadon Sancho, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer told reporters that he does not talk about players of other clubs.
On any transfer update, Solskjaer said that he already has a big squad and that he made 10 changes to his team from the Premier League meeting with the same team at the weekend.
He further said that the reporters will be updated if there’s any major development in the transfer window.
On if he’s frustrated at the transfers conducted at other clubs, the Red Devils manager said that he has no business with what happens at the other clubs and that his focus is to build a strong squad at Old Trafford.