Manchester United caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists Old Trafford club already have a ‘plan’ for the January transfer window.
The former Red Devils striker was appointed on an interim basis and is expected to take an advisory role in discussions about transfer targets given he is – at this stage at least – leaving at the end of the season.
Jose Mourinho wanted to add a central defender and a winger to his squad before being fired by the club are likely to retain many of the targets that the Portuguese identified.
The Norwegian head coach insists he’s happy with the players at his disposal and says the club will consult him over any transfer targets.
During his interview, Solskjaer said: ‘The club’s probably had a plan. You don’t just plan the next day and next month, I’m sure they’ve got plans, but this transfer window has probably been planned since the summer and the year before.
‘The structure is phenomenal, so I’m sure they’ve got their targets, I’m here to voice my opinion on that and I’m sure we’ll sit down, me and Ed, if they’ve got anything in the pipeline.
‘I’m here to work with the ones I’ve got, they’ve all performed and as long as they perform they should get a chance but that’s my job to improve players and individuals.’