Manchester United are reportedly looking to strengthen their side in case they manage to qualify for the Champions League net season.
It was being claimed earlier that Manchester United were looking for a right-winger to add a new dimension to their attack, however, the Athletic now say that a winger is no longer a priority for the club. The reason for the change in this strategy is thought to be Solskjaer’s focus on signing two midfielders and a centre-forward instead.
Christian Eriksen and James Maddison are seemingly in the Red Devils’ sights, and so is Red Bull Salzburg powerhouse Erling Haaland, who has been in sensational form for his club this season.
United changing their mind on a right-wing is interesting. Daniel James, who arrived from Championship side Swansea in the summer, has been a great find for Solskjaer.
James was a relative unknown at the time but has become a United regular, flourishing alongside Marcus Rashford in attack. United may also have to hand more time to Tahith Chong in order to prevent the youngster from jumping ship.
Juventus have emerged as potential suitors for the winger, whose contract expires at the end of the campaign.