Manchester United are reportedly still planning to bring in players after completing the transfer of Harry Maguire.
It’s believed the towering Englishman has costed a world record fee for a defender but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is still keen to signing players.
It was initially though that Solskjaer’s spending may have to be tamed until his club are back in the Champions League but so far he’s been given the same fair crack of the whip at the transfer market as his predecessors were.
Fans are also in the belief a signing or two is still needed for the time being with there being debate over whether a striker, winger or midfielder is needed most.
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Bruno Fernandes and Sean Longstaff have been the two main midfielders heavily linked with transfers to Old Trafford but Solskjaer may be better off looking elsewhere.
Both clubs want ridiculous fees for their players and after the Maguire transfer, it’s unlikely there’s too much left in the bank.
Fernandes is also wanted by Tottenham while Newcastle’s new boss Steve Bruce feels Longstaff is not for sale.