Manchester United is focused on the next year's summer transfer window rather than investing in January, United is looking for a striker and right-back options but loan moves are more likely than permanent arrivals. There is a high chance that united will not sign players in January.
A permanent deal cannot be completely ruled out but only if a long-term target became available and that spending would form part of next summer's budget. As it stands a loan move is more likely than a permanent deal.
Erik ten Hag revealed on Tuesday night that the club is looking for a striker in January and continue to look at all options.
Manchester United was very interested in PSV Eindhoven forward Cody Gakpo but Liverpool have beaten as he arrived in England on Wednesday to complete his move to Anfield.
United continues to keep an eye on the right-back position, but any potential arrival in that position depends on Aaron Wan-Bissaka's situation. Want-Bissaka started his first premier league game since April with a win over Nottingham Forest
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