Solskjaer insists Man Utd’s transfer plans will NOT be affected by Champions League

Manchester United will still be able to attract the world’s best players even if they don’t finish in the top four.
 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer doesn’t appear to be too concerned about the transfer windowGetty Images
A 1-1 draw at home to Chelsea last weekend has left United’s hopes of gaining Champions League football looking rather remote.
Since Solskjaer was appointed as United’s manager on a full-time basis in March, he has only presided over two wins in the league.
The Norwegian will be hoping to overhaul his squad in the summer and real quality is needed to mount a title challenge next term.
While United are in grave danger of missing out on the Champions League, Solskjaer doesn’t think it will affect United’s transfer plans.
He said: “We might be in the Champions League next year, because we have got a chance, or we might not be.
“You would be surprised how many agents have been telling us that their clients would love to be a part of Manchester United in the future.
“That is just the lure of Manchester United because they know with the potential here and the size of the club that we will, in the end, get back to good days.
“Yes, we are having a tough time at the moment. We have had a few seasons where we have not reached the standards we expect but that is up to me and up to the club to change it as quickly as possible.
“If it is a season without the Champions League, who knows?
“But players still want to come to Manchester United and you would be surprised by the names we get asked about.”
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