Manchester United boss, Olé Gunnar Solskjaer, has said there may be potential additions to his side in the January transfer window, although it largely depends on other factors.
According to the Norwegian, such other things like the financial situations of other clubs and their willingness to do business, and the injury situation of his own side will be influential in deciding what happens.
The boss however, added he’s happy with his current squad, and he believes United have improved a lot since the start of the season, so there may not be need for any buys.
Speaking ahead of this weekend’s game against Southampton, the Norwegian said, “Hard to predict the financial situation of other teams.
“I don’t predict a lot of ins and outs, the football world has changed. Depends on injury situations etc.
“I am very happy with my squad, we are getting stronger. I feel I am in a good position.”
United have won their last three matches on the bounce, including matches against Everton, West Brom and Istanbul Basaksehir. Sunday’s game against Southampton will be a test to see how improved we really are.