Manchester United might use the loan market to strengthen the team in January, according to manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Mufc are still struggling to recover from their worst start to a league season for 30 years, and they are currently in 10th in the EPL after losing four of their opening 12 games.
Man United will be hoping they are set for better days after the 3-1 victory vs Brighton before the international break.
Speaking ahead of their match vs Sheffield United, Ole said one or two loan deals are possible during the transfer window but they will not just be looking to spend but to buy players that will help the team.
His words, “It’s not about X amount of money,”
“[Buying players] is about who we think is going to be good for the club in the long term, not just for three or four months.
”[Are those people available?] Probably not, because that’s the thing in January – not many clubs will sell players they want to keep in January.
“Maybe one or two could be a loan deal, but that’s not a money thing, that’s to help the team. But we’re getting players back. We’re looking at what can be available for us.”
“Well, we’ve got a great structure at the club.
“We’ve got a lot of good young players coming through, that’s never changed.
“There’s always that challenge, and what’s happening at the moment is a challenge, but with a bit of luck – and a bit of perseverance – we’ll sort it out.”
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