Manchester United could be set to make up to four signings during each of the next two transfer windows, according to a report which was published by The Telegraph.
The Red Devils have been a shadow of the team that they once were since the retirement of legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson in 2013.
Since then, David Moyes, Louis Van Gaal, Jose Mourinho and now Ole Gunnar Solskjaer have been given an opportunity to steer the Manchester club, but struggled to achieve their mandate.
United are arguably now at an all-time low in the Premier League era.
After eight games of 2019/20, the Red Devils languish in 12th position on the standings with just nine points to their name.
United’s problems are structural and it is evident that they will struggle to challenge for trophies this season.
At the current rate, they may need to be content with a place in mid-table.
United need to bolster their attack. The only attacker who has really shone so far this season is Daniel James, who arrived from Swansea City during the summer transfer window.
The club has been unlucky with injuries so far this season.
The United defensive line of David de Gea, Aaron Wan Bissaka and Harry Maguire are good enough to steer the club for the next few years – but it is the attacking and midfield departments which need to be reinforced.
United have clearly spent recklessly since the retirement of Ferguson and a number of players have come to the club and failed since then. They will need to be smarter next time.