The January transfer window is gradually coming upon us and Manchester United are among a number of clubs who could look to make signings.
However, Red Devils’ boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer does not think there will be much big spending this January as a result of the financial effects of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Quizzed if he was expecting a busy January at his pre-match press conference ahead of United's game against Southampton, Solskjaer replied: “It's hard to predict what the financial situation is, if teams need to sell or if they have got money to buy.
“I don't predict a lot of ins and outs, to be fair.
“The world, financially, and football world has changed as well, it depends the injury situations are at teams.
“I feel very happy with my squad, we're getting stronger.
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“I still have issues every week when we only have an 18-man squad: who do I leave out? I feel we're in a good position.”
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