Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer must be given time at the club to implement his transfer ideas according to Ally McCoist.
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United are on the verge of announcing Aaron Wan Bissaka as their second signing of the summer for around a fee of £50million.
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The Crystal Palace ace will follow Daniel James in the club who joined United from Swansea earlier this month.
talkSPORT host Laura Woods pointed out that United securing the signing of James and Wan Bissaka shows a change in the approach of buying high profile players and rather investing in players with potential.
Woods said: “It’s a sign that Manchester United’s culture might be changing a little bit in terms of Ole wanting to put his stamp on actually bringing in players for the future, rather than Jose Mourinho’s method of tried and tested superstars that are ready-made.”
McCoist provided his backing to United’s approach claiming that is was the right way for the club to go.
But he hopes that Solskjaer is given ample time at Man United to implement his ideas instead of sacking him midway.
“Yeah, that might be the case,” McCoist replied.
“But I just hope he gets the opportunity to bear the fruits of it.
“If you bring in youngsters like that the chances are that they won’t gel immediately.
“I don’t see, no matter who Manchester United sign, them having such a baring where they’ll challenge the top two, Liverpool and Manchester City.
“But I would certainly hope and expect Ole to be given the opportunity to see the fruits blossom if you like.
“If he’s going to go down that route of signing youngsters, fair play to him.”