Man United are looking to go into the January window with plans of which positions they will be fixing, MySportDab reports.
New boss in charge Ralf Rangnick is open to making some new additions when the transfer window opens in few days time.
Man United won’t be doing so much business as they are not looking to invest too much after spending heavily during the summer window.
The Premier League side recently acquired the likes of Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane who they both spent heavily on during the summer.
Ralf Rangnick has also been given funds to make new signings but he insisted he doesn’t need so much as the players he met are good enough for him.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was disappointed not to land a new holding midfielder at Manchester United before he was sacked by the club
Although, The Mirror claims that his successor will be freed to bolster the Red Devils’ ranks in that department where the former manager couldn’t.
Declan Rice is not generating the speculation he once was had when he was linked with a move to Old Trafford which didn’t work out for him.
Another player in RB Leipzig star Amadou Haidara is now very much on the radar as top transfer priorities are drawn up at Old Trafford for the winter window.
Ralf Rangnick will make sure he bring in another midfielder adding to the squad which could likely be losing Paul Pogba even after he recovers from his injury.
The Red Devils have been moving steadily since the arrival of Ralf which is looking like that was what they were missing to get things going.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s time at Man United didn’t result in them winning any title as they went close in the Europa League but lost in the final to Villarreal.