Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has given the hint that his side will go all out to add more strength to their squad in the coming summer transfer window.
He made this claim after seeing his first defeat as Red Devils boss on Tuesday night against French Ligue 1 outfit PSG after 1 2 games.
The former United forward revealed that his side have learnt a lesson in the Champions League game but they are already making efforts to explore the market to bring in players that can take them to the next level.
He unwittingly admitted that his side were unable to compete against PSG because of the quality of their squad which is the reason why he said a lesson has been learnt.
However, United will be faced with another major test against Liverpool later this month and the clash is expected to have an effect in the shape of the league table.
Should Liverpool secure a win, they will go three points clear on the table ahead of Man City while United might not be able to keep hold of their fourth position.
Meanwhile, It is not sure if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be considered for the job on a permanent basis to oversee the summer transfer.