Fans have gotten two see their two new signings in action in training so far and they’ll certainly be excited to see more during the club’s pre-season tour.
James arrived first with a relatively swift deal concluded as it was believed the only delay was the unfortunate passing of his father.
Wan-Bissaka was next but his transfer took a host of negotiating as he commanded a higher fee having arrived from a stubborn Crystal Palace side.
McTominay has gone further and given supporters an insight into what to expect from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer‘s first official signings.
The pair represent a pattern that Solskjaer already discussed as he revealed his transfer policy would be to invest in emerging British talent in a bid to restore the Red Devils to their former glory.
There are some sections of fans who remain unconvinced by such a strategy as they feel their needs to be a mixed approach as the club should sign ready made players as well.
To be fair to Ole, this strategy hasn’t worked in the past for Manchester United so it may be better to see how they perform first before dismissing them.