Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he won’t spend less for the interest of this summer.
Solskjaer has been confirmed as permanent director on Thursday, facing immediate questions regarding whether he will freshen up his squad for next season.
The Norwegian’s predecessor Jose Mourinho spent £360m on new players, recouping just £75m.
But Solksjaer said he’d perhaps not be overly hasty in the transport market:”We won’t spend money just to spend money.”
“United is a club that’s money but those who know me, understand I’ll work with that in a good way,” he added to Norwegian TV.
Of Mourinho’s bigmoney purchases, only Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku have made a substantial impact, with some – Alexis Sanchez being a prime example – barely creating a positive involvement in any way.
With a three-year contract values around £21m behind himSolskjaer will be under great pressure to show United to Premier League title contenders.
They’ve been already heavily correlated with numerous possible goals – including England youths Jadon Sancho and Callum Hudson-Odoi.
In addition to possible transfers, United will work on numerous contract renewals.
United are optimistic both will gradually agree new terms and are viewed as significant members of Solskjaer’s squad.
The futures Spain duo Ander Herrera and Juan Mata are less clearcut.
Both may leave for nothing in the summer time and there has been rumours which Herrera has recently agreed to combine Paris St Germain, although they have been played down by sources near the 29-year-old former Athletic Bilbao midfielder.
“Let’s expect player and club find an agreement,” he explained.
“Ander has been quite good since I have came . We’ll possess a solid squad and we want the very best players.”