Manchester United are now on an international break, but boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer does not have any time to rest.
Only five United players away on international duty, while a group of players have also travelled to Dubai for warm-weather training.
Solskjaer need to get out and watch some international football over possible recruitments in the January transfer window.
The most sensible idea would surely be to go and watch England face Montenegro at Wembley on Thursday night to see Marcus Rashford, James Maddison and Jadon Sancho.
Another trip would be to travel back to the homeland and watch Norway take on the Faroe Islands for Erling Haaland.
Germany V Belarus game could also be a possible destination as he can watch Timo Verner.
Solskjaer could go and watch Ivan Rakitic during Croatia v Slovakia.
The 46-year-old might also be tempted to travel and watch Sandro Tonali in action for Italy in the coming days.