Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will have £150m for Manchester United summer transfers.
The Man Utd head coach will receive £150 million in transfer money this summer.
He will channel this into buying new players as the club attempts to close the gap with Manchester City.
The Red Devils have made great progress in recent years, but their second-place position in the Premier League needs improving.
After all, this season, champions City finishing a substantial 12 points ahead of the first runners-up.
If Solskjaer’s team wants to perform a true title push next season, they will need more players, adding more depth.
They need to address a number of areas, and need players including a striker, winger, defensive midfielder, centre-back, and right-back.
Thus, the club hopes to bolster five sections of the squad.
Solskjaer Will Have £150m for Manchester United Summer Transfers
However, given the exorbitant fees for all of these players, Solskjaer will have to be inventive in the transfer market.
Plus, United’s manager has been instructed that signing three first-team players is the minimum requirement this summer.
So, ESPN are predicting that he will only be allocated £150 million to spend.
As a result, Solskjaer will have to prioritize his shortlist of potential arrivals.
However, more funds can become available to him after a number of outbound transfers bring in sale revenue.