It has been reported that English Primer League outfit Man United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been made to meet the club executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward again over the coming transfer window.
Both had earlier met with the United chief giving his backing and support to the former forward despite a very disappointing end of the season.
However, the latest meeting initiated by Ed Woodward was reportedly meant to discuss the expectations in the coming summer window. According to reports, the Red Devils chief had asked Ole Gunnar Solskjaer the player he would want to buy in the market.
More so, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was asked if he approves the transfer targets that are already in place before he took over the job as revealed by journalist Duncan Castles.
However, the top journalist noted that the Red Devils will need a sporting director before heading into the summer transfer window so that they can be guided to secure an experienced player who can help return the club to its glory days.
Meanwhile, the Red Devils have been linked with a number of big names and talks are expected to begin in coming days ahead of the summer window, as hinted by manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.