Date published: Friday 9th August 2019 10:45
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says that it is a huge “relief” that the summer transfer window has shut.
The Red Devils brought in Daniel James from Swansea, Aaron Wan-Bissaka from Crystal Palace and Harry Maguire from Leicester City, while they were linked with the likes of Bruno Fernandes, Paulo Dybala and Mario Mandzukic.
There was a sense of expectation surrounding transfer deadline day with a lot of fans hoping that United would do some more business.
However, it didn’t happen and Solskjaer was relieved to see the window shut.
Solskjaer told reporters on Friday: “Do you know I think when the transfer window closes it’s a great feeling of relief now it’s done now we know we’re looking forward and I’m delighted with the three we’ve signed.”
On whether the he expected more transfers: “Well that’s not the feeling inside the club and the feeling with the fans I’ve met are excited with the ones we’ve had there are always going to be fans out there wanting to sign players that’s part and parcel of being here.
“The players are here now and have been shown that trust and we believe in them.”