As the transfer window came to an end on 5th of October which saw Manchester United failing to land any player on Solskjaer shortlist, MySportDab reports.
They club saw most of his first choice target either move to somewhere else or extend their stay with their current teams.
Nathan Ake was supposed to make a switch to United but eventually he joined Manchester City which was another player wanted by Solskjaer.
Ben Chilwell and Sergio Reguilon was also another two players wanted which none was able to be signed.
Both players moved to Chelsea and Tottenham respectively with a transfer fee of £50m for the Leicester Man and £21m for Madrid.
Sancho, Grealish & Upamecano were all on the manager’s list as well which the board failed to sign.
Manchester United failed to sign any of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s transfer targets in the summer window, according to reports from ESPN.
The Red Devils’ interest in Jadon Sancho was well documented which saw the move collapse over an agreement.
While the likes of Jack Grealish, Nathan Ake and Dayot Upamecano were also on the Norwegian’s list of preferred targets.
Despite failing to land any of those players, Solskjaer apparently had to sanction the new arrivals.
Which ultimately did arrive at Old Trafford, including Edinson Cavani and Donny van de Beek.