Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed that Manchester United will be looking to bolster the team this summer.
Solskjaer made this known while speaking with the media recently, after he asked for an update on United’s plans for the summer.
Solskjaer, however, said that the coronavirus pandemic may have an impact on what the club can do, as he added we may not make wholesale changes to the team.
Solskjaer said: “I still think we’re doing the same planning, preparation [for transfers].
“But, of course, the pandemic has changed the market and it’s changed the world and it might affect what we can do.
“We just have to see where we’re at in the next few months but we’re looking at players and targets as we normally would do.
“We have done some very good business in the last few windows I feel and it’s not like wholesale changes we need to make. It’s the odd contribution and addition to the squad.”