Manchester United are reported to have decided to complete the signings of West Ham United midfielder Declan Rice and SSC Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly next summer, regardless of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's future at the club.
The above means that Manchester United are enduring their worst start to a league campaign in 30 years and their woeful form has led to doubts over Solskjaer's future as the Red Devils manager.
However, according to Goal , United chiefs are not so concerned about the managerial situation and are determined to continue the rebuilding of their squad and have set their sights on Rice and Koulibaly.
The report further mentions that the board will go ahead with their plans for these two players regardless of whether Solskjaer stays at the club or is removed.
Furthermore, before they step up their interest in Rice and Koulibaly, it has been reported by Goal that United will attempt to pursue January moves for Croatian striker Mario Mandzukic and want-away Tottenham Hotspur superstar Christian Eriksen.
There is no doubt that Ed Woodward and co. will find it incredibly difficult to complete any of the above mentioned transfers considering the position of their team in the league.