The future of Jadon Sancho has been a major talking point throughout the summer transfer window, with the attacker having been strongly linked with a move to the Premier League.
But despite Manchester United having been regularly credited with a potential interest in signing the 20-year-old England international, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer refused to be drawn on the speculation when asked directly about his side’s chances of landing Sancho this summer.
In an interview quoted by Metro, Solskjaer was asked to rate his chances of signing the young England attacker, to which he laughed and replied: “I’m good at math, but I can’t answer that question. There are many good footballers on many teams.”
Taking a look at the summer transfer window in general, Solskjaer continued: “I think it’ll be a calm transfer window or a slightly different kind of window.
“I think a lot of clubs will have to be careful not to spend too much money. You might still not know how much you’ve lost financially during this pandemic and what’s gone on lately.
“We’re quite relaxed. I am very happy with the squad I have. I think it looks better and better.
“And then there is something in front of us screaming that it’s sensible, both from a sporting and a financial perspective.
“So I know we’re going to try but you can’t make any promises.”