Manchester United are reportedly already preparing for the summer transfer window after a quiet January.
The Red Devils did not bring any new faces to the club in the winter window, instead focusing on outgoings as Anthony Martial, Donny van de Beek and Amad Diallo headed out on loan.
Man United were linked with a last-gasp swoop for Ousmane Dembele, which did not materialise, and the 20-time English champions are already said to be ramping up preparations for the end of the season.
Earlier in January, a senior club source told the Manchester Evening News: “We are running processes for our recruitment in the summer.
“We start in September and it starts to really solidify around this time of year, just in case there are ones available who we would want to bring in the summer who are available now. Although that’s a low probability.”
Man United are expected to be battling for the signatures of Erling Braut Haaland and Declan Rice in the summer market, while a new permanent head coach is also on the agenda.