Ole Gunnar Solskjaer can solve transfer problems for bargain price: report

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer can solve transfer problems for bargain price: report

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reportedly may be able to solve his attacking issues for just £55m this summer.

The Norwegian’s incredible start to his career in England has been dampened by the poor ending to the season.

United have looked a shadow of themselves with Solskjaer keen on bringing his squad up to higher standards.

There’s been the highs of the historic comeback victory vs PSG and the lows of the humiliating 4-0 loss to Everton.

It appears Ole has a lot of investing to do but he has mentioned the need to invest smart so perhaps turning his attentions to the Eredivisie could solve his problems.

According to the Express, De Telegraaf report that PSV are willing to sell Hirving Lozano and Steven Bergwijn for a combined £55m, a bargain in today’s market.

The right-wing at United has needed investment for some time now but with reports emerging over Anthony Martial‘s potential sale, it makes sense for Solskjaer to look to sign a left-winger too.

Both the PSV stars are capable of playing on either flank and both have shown potential to perform on the big stage.

Ole is said to have a £200m budget for the summer so spending a little over a quarter on two players is a pretty decent amount so he can spend the rest elsewhere.

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