Manchester United boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and the club hierarchy in the build up plan are looking to make changes at the club that will produce a squad capable of returning the Red’s glory after series of flop this season.
Another big blow was their humiliating 4-0 loss to Everton just four days after similar defeat axed them out of the season’s Champions League run against Barcelona.
And reports are making waves many players are eying a move away from Old Trafford and the club will need a big shopping to refill spaces when they finally leave.
But Ole however has told fans not to expect major changes as he will not bring in as much as six new players this summer;
”There will be new players coming in over summer but I don’t think you can expect six.
”I don’t think any manager you ask would be in favour of that amount of change anyway. We want to rebuild but it is going to have to be gradual, over a few windows.
”We plan to be in the top four, we plan to be in the Champions League next season and we want players who can keep us in the Champions League and move us up the table. But we know there is not going to be a quick fix. We have to take it step by step,the United boss said while speaking with Sky Sports after their match on Sunday.