Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Solskjaer tackles transfer questions

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer does not expect there to be “any movement” at Manchester United during the January transfer window.

Speaking in his press conference on Friday morning ahead of Saturday’s match against Brighton, Solskjaer was asked about possible incomings and the likelihood of Scott McTominay going out on loan. 

Scott McTominay in action against Reading.
McTominay has clocked up 33 appearances for the Reds after making his first-team debut in May 2017.

“Scott is working hard, he's a young boy that I believe in,” our caretaker manager told reporters at the Aon Training Complex.

“With injuries [including] Felli, and the squad we have, I'm not too sure that we're going to see any movement at all.”

Earlier in his press conference, Solskjaer said that McTominay’s midfield team-mate Marouane Fellaini could be out for “three or four weeks” with a calf problem.

When asked if he expects any players to join the club this month, Ole replied: “No, not really.”

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