Man United And Liverpool Unlikely To Sign Any New Player (SEE WHY)
Liverpool and Man United won’t be digging dip into their fundings to sign any new player this January as they are fully satisfied with their squad, MySportDab reports.
Both teams currently sits first and second on the League table although the Red Devils have one game to play while they are currently tied on points.
Man United will not “do anything” in the January transfer window, claims Rene Meulensteen.
The Red Devil boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer considered to be “happy with the squad he’s got”.
Sir Alex Ferguson’s former assistant told talKSPORT:
“I think they’ve got clear ideas on how to take it forward, it’s a long-term process and I think he’s happy with the squad he’s got.”
They won’t be looking to spend further despite them eyeing a possible move for Jadon Sancho who has been labeled £100 million plus.
While their fellow title contenders are also holding out on their previous decision to go after a defender.
Their pursuit for Inter Milan Skrinair was dealt with a huge blow when they demanded £54 million for the strong defender.
They don’t look to be making any moves anytime soon as they will be carrying on with their current team as they awaits Virgil van Dijk recovery from injury.