Manchester United is willing to participate in the January window – Solskjaer

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Manchester United boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will likely sign new players in January transfer window.

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer implies that he is keen for the January transfer. And also shower praises on the Academy graduate, Mason Greenwood.

Solskjaer is ready to strength his United squad to continue the victory. He is, therefore, looking all set to enter the next window for possible players to fix into many positions. 

The United have only drawn against Aston Villa in their previous four matches earlier before their straight Premier League win. Their win against Tottenham and Manchester City has the highlight of the moment.

Moreover, the rising Red Devils destroy Jose Mourinho’s return to Old Trafford during the 2-1 victory over the Spurs. Thereafter, stumping on the champions, Man City to ruin Pep Guardiola chances to keep the Premiership title race.

The United boss had another successful game against AZ in the Europa League on Thursday. Greenwood had a brace for United to build on the successive wins and led to 4-0 win to top their group.

Scoring twice in the game makes Greenwood to become the youngest United player to score a brace for the club. Particularly in a major European competition at the age of 18 years and 72 days. Ashley Young and Juan Mata also recorded goals at Old Trafford respectively.

Mason Greenwood in action against AZ Alkmaar on Thursday

So, the Norwegian is impressed by Greenwood’s performances along with other youngsters while the supporters are also happy. 

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will likely strengthen his team with new players in January.

Despite this amazing work of the young products, the boss still insists on reinforcing the team. He focuses on two or three new signings in the mid-season window to boost all sides. 

According to his statement, Solskjaer said ”If you look at our squad compared to the others, we are getting there. But we still need two or three players to have enough numbers to rotate through a long season.

“So we’ll see what we sign.” Even with the urge to add new players, the manager is not rushing and has less target now. He will reveal his possible signees over time.

United host managerless Everton at Old Trafford on Sunday and the fans expect another stunning action from the players.

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