Man Utd planning at least three more transfer signings this summer as Solskjaer’s squad land in Australia for pre-season tour – The Sun

MANCHESTER UNITED want at least three more signings this summer as Ole Gunnar Solksjaer continues his squad overhaul.

The Red Devils boss and his team have touched down in Australia for their pre-season tour.


He has already splashed the cash this transfer window with the £50m signing of Aaron Wan Bissaka from Crystal Palace.

Solskjaer also snapped up Welsh winger Daniel James from Swansea for £15m after losing Ander Herrera and Antonio Valencia.

But he still wants a central midfielder and defender and is looking at his attacking options as well.

He could still lose Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku this summer and be forced into replacing them.

Both men turned up yesterday to jump on the flight to Perth, but are wanted by top clubs around Europe.

Meanwhile, Solskjaer is understood to have changed his attitude towards the squad with their return this season.

The United legend was fuming with the way his team finished the season, ending sixth in the Premier League.

An Old Trafford source said: “Ole is all business and has a very clear change of manner towards the squad.

“He’s been a lot more formal, still shaking everybody’s hand and asking about how the summer was.

“There hasn’t been as much banter around. Even the support staff have notice Ole seems to be drawing a line in the sand.



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“He wants a clear divide between not trying to please everyone and raise spirits and making his requests precise and clear.”

United started their pre-season testing last week, when Solskjaer had the squad brought back together.

The squad had fitness tests to see where they were at after their summer breaks.

And now the hard work really begins as they prepare for their first pre-season game, against Perth Glory on Saturday.



 

 

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