As speculation over the future of Erling Haaland intensifies, Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was tight-lipped when asked about his fellow Norwegian.
“I’m focusing on the next two months and whatever happens in the world of football, there’s only so many places anyone can go to," Solskjaer said at a press conference.
“I just focus on the ones who are here and even though I’ve worked with Erling, it’s not right for me as a Man Utd manager to be talking about Erling.
“I can talk about him as a former coach of his but he will make his own mind up.”
The Manchester United manager also discussed United's broader transfer plans for the upcoming transfer window.
“I think the way the world works at the moment, you’d like to do all of your business on the quiet and all your talks on the quiet but there’s platforms everywhere, there’s news and the media now makes that more and more difficult.
“We conduct our recruitment business or scouting and the players that we are interested in, we do it the right way I feel. Hopefully we can suddenly sit here with players that no-one’s written about and thought we’re going to go to.
"Of course we have a plan and one we think is going to happen. Two months is a long time in football as well. Things might change.
“There’s obviously a couple of players whose future is not decided yet – some without contracts, some with contracts. We do have a certain picture of how we think the squad is going to look in August.”
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