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Manchester United are heading into their last Premier League game this season on Sunday, against Wolves.
The Red Devils endured quite a season this term, and will most likely finish second in the English top flight, besides that they have a Europa League final against Villarreal to play next week.
So ahead of the summer transfer window head coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has talked about United’s transfer plans.
“As I’ve said a couple of times, I hope we can strengthen with a few,” he said in his pre-match press conference.
“We definitely need two or three players to challenge higher up in the table. We’re still too far behind to think that it’ll come by itself.
“Of course, we’re planning as we normally do.
“It’s not like [only] at the end of the season we see what we’ll do. It’s an ongoing process, looking at the squad, at the players who are going to stay and the players who might be leaving.
“We’ve had a few on loan who might come back in.
“There might be interest in a few others maybe going out. We might allow some players to go out to gain experience and come back stronger for it.
“Apart from that, it’s difficult to say. But I can’t see too many outgoings.
“You want to come out of the window strengthened, that’s the thing.”