Manchester United manager ole Gunnar Solskjaer has enjoyed this season as a club manager and he will be looking to finish higher on the top flight ahead of other clubs next season.
The Norwegian has revealed his plans for the club as the boss. According to the Mirror, Ole is determined to bring on two to three prolific players this summer saying this time he is confident he will get his targets.
United are heavily linked to Real Madrid Raphael Verane, Jandon Sancho, Pau Torres and Jules Kaounde and for the first time since 2012, the Red Devils will be on the transfer market without Ed Woodward as he stepped aside after the ESL fallout.
Also, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has told the club's fans what to be done before the new seasons start.
Ole says John Murtaugh should do extra work to make sure he lands all targets telling fans this will be the only way United to be high next season and challenge with City for the Premier League title.
United missed the title race this season and a big mistake has seen to be the leaky defence which Ole says they need somebody to pair up captain Harry Maguire.
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