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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has reportedly prioritised three transfer signings this summer after bringing Bruno Fernandes in January.
Manchester United have already supported their boss significantly in the transfer market, but the Norwegian is still suffering to improve his squad.
According to The Athletic, Solskjaer will push ahead with plans to make three more big signings this summer.
Priorities for the Red Devils are a striker, right winger and midfielder, while signing a back-up centre-back is also a possibility.
As the future of Paul Pogba is unclear at the Old Trafford, United will need to find a replacement for the Frenchman if he decides he still wants to leave the club at the end of this term.
Solskjaer has already dropped hints that he plans to offer loanee Odion Ighalo a permanent deal, but with the goalscorer set to turn 31 in June, he is not a long-term option for the club.
However, due to coronavirus outbreak, summer transfer window can be affected, as football all over the world has been forced to be halted.