Ole Gunnar Solskjær has ruled out the possibility of Manchester United signing half a dozen new players in the summer, despite acknowledging the club needs to be rebuilt in order to challenge Manchester City and Liverpool. “There will be new players coming in over summer but I don’t think you can expect six. We want to rebuild but it is going to have to be gradual, over a few windows.”Manchester United squad verdict: who should stay and who should go? Read moreWhile few would disagree with the logic of that policy, the problem for United is time. And, if Solskjær has set his sights on Champions League football, he has now arrived at the week of truth.
Source: The Guardian April 20, 2019 21:22 UTC