Man Utd boss Solskjaer makes triple transfer demand to Woodward amid Fernandes reports

MANCHESTER UNITED boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is determined to complete at least three more signings this summer amid his squad overhaul.

So far United have bought Daniel James from Swansea for £15million and also splashed the cash for former Crystal Palace star Aaron Wan-Bissaka who cost a whopping £50m.

According to The Sun, Solskjaer now wants three more transfers and is more specifically in need of a central midfielder, a defender and someone to boost his attack.

Manchester United have already lost Ander Herrera and Antonio Valencia, who went to Paris Saint-Germain and LDU Quito respectively.

Pogba has been linked with a move to Juventus and Real Madrid whereas Lukaku is being eyed by Inter Milan.

If they both leave Old Trafford then Solskjaer will also need executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward to buy replacements for his two stars as well.

So far United have been strongly linked with Sporting Lisbon star Bruno Fernandes who is seen as a player that could add a lot of quality in midfield.

It has been reported that the Norwegian gaffer has changed his attitude towards the team ahead of this coming season.

The club legend is not happy with the way the Premier League giants finished last term as they ended up in sixth place and missed out on a Champions League qualification.

A United source said: “Ole is all business and has a very clear change of manner towards the squad.

“He’s been a lot more formal, still shaking everybody’s hand and asking about how the summer was.

“There hasn’t been as much banter around.

“Even the support staff have notice [sic] Ole seems to be drawing a line in the sand.

“He wants a clear divide between not trying to please everyone and raise spirits and making his requests precise and clear.”