Ed Woodward gives Manchester United transfer warning to Solskjaer

Manchester United is preparing for a huge transfer window with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer planning a rebuild in the summer.

But the Norwegian received a warning about Ed Woodward's irrational spending, according to Mail on Sunday last weekend.

The club was reportedly frustrated with a number of precarious signings for inflated prices under previous managers and warned Solskjaer not to follow suit.

They are still trying to move away from Alexis Sanchez, who they could end up paying to come out contributing a significant slice of their salaries to open the door
 for him on a loan.

As a result of his Woodward warning, Solskjaer is preparing to focus his transfer strategy on young, hungry players who will prove smart investments.

Swansea midfielder Daniel James, 21, is close to becoming his first contract with the two clubs close to receiving a fee of about 15 million pounds.

They have also been linked to a huge John Félix move amid reports that they are willing to pay the 105 million pound relief clause for the Benfica rainforest,
singled out as a future superstar.

It is also said that a proposal was rejected by Napoli's central defender Kalidou Koulibaly while Solskjaer looks to the defensive reinforcements as well as to the
 new offensive talent.

Youngsters Ryan Sessegnon, Sean Longstaff and Aaron Wan-Bissaka also joined United with several moves.

Earlier big-money subscriptions, Romelu Lukaku and Paul Pogba, who have largely flattered to cheat at Old Trafford, have been tightly linked to an exit as the club
 moves in a different direction.

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