Manchester United interim boss Ole-Gunnar Solskjaer will be handed over £50 million pound for signing of players when the January transfer window kicks off. According to media outlet Mirror, Manchester United Vice Chairman Ed Woodward is prepared to sanction the arrival of a high profile central defender in a bid to boast the Red Devils below par backline. The same report also have it that the Vice Chairman also want another attacking minded player to move to the theatre of dreams.
Tottenham’s Toby Alderweireld, Napoli’s Kalidou Koulibaly and Porto’s Elder Militao have all been identified as the possible option for the Old Trafford based football outfit. However it remains to be seen whether the Manchester club will push on with their bid for Napoli’s defender Koulibaly given the amount of money at her disposal. Napoli has already placed a £90 million price tag on the player.
The Red Devils are also trying to lure forward Douglas Costa out of Juventus, with the Brazilian falling down the pecking order at Turin.
Meanwhile the Manchester club have begun to approach Tottenham’s manager Mauricio Pochetinno over a possible switch next summer. The Italian signed a five year deal with the North London club back in May and will really cost the Red Devils to acquire.