Since taking over the reigns of Manchester United last summer, Jose Mourinho has spent the excess of £300m to bolster the squad of the Red Devils but it appears that the spending spree has come to an end, for the now at least.
Victor Lindelof joined United from Benfica as the first summer signing of the Red Devils and he was followed by Romelu Lukaku, who joined in a £75million deal before Nemanja Matic joined from Chelsea. Of the three aforementioned new signings, Lukaku and Matic have slotted into the first team United.
However, United are yet heavily linked with a move for Ivan Perisic as Mourinho had informed the brass of United Ed Woodward of his desire to add one more player to his side. All the Red devil’s offers for the Croatian attacker has been outrightly rejected because the San Siro outfit have valued him more.
There were reports that the dearth of transfer activities at United had angered Mourinho but the Special one appears to have quelled the importance of a fourth player, stating that he’ll be fine with his current crop of players.
Speaking ahead of United’s Premier league game against Swansea, he was quizzed about a fourth summer signing and he responded as thus.
“I don’t think we are unless something happened that put us in market again.
“I told Mr Woodward obviously my plans were four but I also told him be cool, no pressure from me. I said to him do what you think is the best for the club.
“We will be together for another transfer window in January and next summer so there is no pressure from me at all.
“I am happy with the squad we have. I am ready to go without a fourth player. If we are out of the market, I am fine. I’m ready.”