Manchester United will no longer be going after Harry Kane and Jadon Sancho who were on their shortlist of players needed by Solskjaer, MySportDab reports.
Man United have decided to end their interest in signing Harry Kane and Jadon Sancho after failing in their attempts.
The Red Devils almost came close in securing a deal for Sancho but Borussia Dortmund turned down the deal.
It was said that United was looking to pay in installment which Dortmund only want cash for the prolific player.
While Harry Kane proved to be too expensive and due to his age they have now decided to draw back interest.
There are also links of them bringing in Sergio Reguilon from Real Madrid but no official bid have been made.
The club has grown frustrated in their attempts to sign new players with only Donny van der Beek deal completed.
Manchester United have ended their interest in Harry Kane and other potential striker targets, according to Manchester Evening.
The Red Devils are going to continue putting their faith in Anthony Martial to lead as their permanent 9.
With the new season just few days away they will be looking to rally round in training before their first game.
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