Manchester United Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said that he does not know how much money would be available for the summer transfer window, MySportDab reports.
The Red Devils have been linked with £117m valued Borussia Dortmund Winger Jadon Sancho.
Manchester United are also keen to sign Willian on a free transfer from Chelsea.
However, Executive vice chairman Ed Woodward recently said that it won’t be ‘business as usual’ this summer due to the Covid-19 impact on finances.
But, Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists he does not know what the transfer budget this summer will look like.
‘I think the crisis has hit everyone. I still think we have to wait and see how things go to know the real impack of the pandemic, to know what kind of financial situation we will be in,’ Solskjaer told Goal.com.
“Some clubs invest, some don’t. We’ll have to take a look at things ourselves to see how hard we are affected.
‘I know we have announced a few figures before. It’s not for me to say we will have X amount because I don’t know.
‘I don’t know how hard we have been affected. We are a strong club, but we are also maybe hit more than any other club.
‘Let’s see how quickly fans can return into the stadium and of course the position we finish on the league table is very important.’
‘If we can win a trophy, the Europa League or FA Cup. The Europa League will help qualify us for the Champions League, there’s uncertainty and these three or four months, every businessman across the world, footballer in the world, I think everyone are unsure about the effect.’