Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is reportedly ready to wait until January to make his fourth signing this season. The Portuguese manager has planned to offload certain players from the team before moving for another new signing.
After having handed Manchester United's chief executive Ed Woodward a transfer list of four players, it looks certain that Mourinho has to adjust to his three new additions atleast until January.
The Red Devils have spent more than £160m this summer by adding the likes Romelu Lukaku, Victor Lindelof and Nemanja Matic to the squad. It is being said that the former Chelsea manager is indeed looking for another winger but has not been able to make any progress on that front as of yet.
ESPN FC report that Jose Mourinho is ready to offload atleast one player from his team in the current transfer window and plans to look ahead at further additions in the January.
Realistically speaking, the Portuguese manager should re-asses his options before making a move in the January transfer window.
If Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Luke Shaw and Marcos Rojo return to full fitness by the end of the year, things could look totally different for the Red Devils in the new year but if not, Jose Mourinho will definitely try to tweak the squad in between the season.