The director of football at Manchester United, John Murtough has insisted that the “Red Devils” will not make reinforcements in the January transfer window.
United spent £227 million in the summer to strengthen Erik ten Hag’s side, with the manager ensuring no reinforcements will be made for the second half of the season.
“We have always said that to build a team, more than a transfer window is needed. Therefore, we are working with coach Erik on the next steps in that process, with a focus on next summer and beyond”, he declared for “The Telegraph”.
“Also, it is important to recognize that investments must always be sustainable, which means that what we have spent on players must be supported by income for a long time,” concluded Murtough.
Despite the reinforcements in the summer transfer window, Man Utd have not started the new season so well.