Ole Gunnar Solskjaer dun yarn say the next transfer window go be be unrecognisable from before before years as clubs wan readjust after coronavirus katakata dun wash.
Manchester United dun enter line ontop deals for Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho and Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish before football for England chop suspension on March 13 , and e be like say dem the transfer window go gats shift from hin original opening date for June 1.
United dey financially stronger situation than most Premier League clubs and Solskjaer dun yarn before say dem fit ‘exploit’ the market, as Grealish valuation dun set to fall enter ground ontop financial uncertainty for Villa and e fit possible day make dem relegation join. Sancho fit also be cheaper buy as hin dey approach the last two years of hin contract with Dortmund.
Despite say United get mind to reinforce their attack, executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward dun troway warning say dem no dey ‘immune’ from the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and Solskjaer dey anticipate ‘completely different’ summer window before before editions.
“I think Mason [Greenwood], Anthony [Martial] and Marcus [Rashford] this season ball like mad,” Solskjaer yarn Sky Sports. “Dem dun score pass 50 goals, the three of them.
“Marcus dey in form for hin best season, Anthony dey on form for hin best season, Mason, of course, na unique talent, with hin goalscoring abilities.
“But we dey always wan improve the squad and this uncertainty for market now, who knows how football go be and how the market go be too. But I dey very happy with the squad wey i get.
“I think today world dey different to wetin e be two months ago. We gats adjust to that and clubs dey out there wey dey struggle more than us financially. But na still new world and the transfer market this summer go dey completely different to wetin anyone think say e go be.
Birmingham City prodigy Jude Bellingham, 16, and hin parents follow Woodward and United deal-maker Matt Judge yarn for the club Carrington training complex for March, but Dortmund and Chelsea dey also interested in the midfielder.
Sancho, 20, dey expected to return for second-placed Dortmund when Bundesliga restart next week and fit dey involved in up to nine matches for dem bid to end Bayern Munich leadership.
Grealish fit lead Villa for dem last 10 league fixtures but dem dey second from bottom.