Manchester United will look to do business this summer if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says the right player gets available for the right price.
The manager of the Red Devils has been in the helm for 18 months and is overseeing one summer transfer season.
United invested about £150 m on three players, and the Norwegian claims, given the financial impact of the coronavirus, they will have to spend again.
Solskjaer carried out a straightforward recruiting strategy and was still able to lead the club to the Champions League.
But the standards set by the arch-rivals Manchester City and Liverpool remain miles off.
However, they remained a draw for players and were linked to Jadon Sancho, James Maddison, and Jack Grealish.
And Solskjaer wants to keep improving his squad as they aim to return to English football ‘s summit.
“The last couple of seasons, Manchester City and Liverpool have set the standard for winning the league. We’ve developed over the season, and now we’ve had 12 unbeaten spells, and you’re adding Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford to that, and you’re thinking, ‘Yeah, we’re not too far away, and I’m happy with the squad. If there are any good offers to be made and players to make us better, of course, we may need to spend more money on that, but the team is fantastic to work with, and it’s going in the right direction. We ‘re not yet where we want to be, close enough to challenge the trophy for the Premier League but, we’re taking one step at a time,” the United boss said.
Bruno Fernandes’ £67 m signing has been a catalyst for the upward trajectory for United in 2020.
While Odion Ighalo and Aaron Wan-Bissaka ‘s likes, both Solskjaer ‘s signed players, proved to be big hits at Old Trafford.