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Man United transfer news: 'Surprise' verdict emerges over Red Devils' January plans

Man United transfer news: ‘Surprise’ verdict emerges over Red Devils’ January plans.

Manchester United are very unlikely to do any business in the January transfer window, according to sports journalist Pete O’Rourke.

The red devils are heading into the next window outside of the top four, sitting sixth and five points behind Arsenal in fourth.

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Ralf Rangnick was appointed as  the interim manager following the sacking of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer earlier this season.

The German has been in charge since November 29th, meaning he has been in charge against Crystal Palace and Norwich City in the Premier League and Young Boys in the Champions League.

United have yet to lose under Rangnick’s management, winning their league games and drawing 1-1 with Young Boys in the champions league.

United remain off the top four, though, ahead of the January window, and have been linked with a number of new signings at the turn of the year.

Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland

Erling Haaland has been linked with moves to top European clubs including Man United (Picture: Getty Images)

They have been linked with a sensational Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund, with another report claiming that they are interested in a potential move for a holding midfield player.

But O’Rourke has serious doubts over whether the club will make an effort to bring new signings into the club at the turn of the year, with exits more likely than arrivals.

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What did O’Rourke say?

Speaking to GiveMeSport, the journalist said: “I just don”t see Man United doing anything in January. I’d be very surprised, I think it’ll be more outs than ins.”

Rangnick has been appointed to improve the United side and is arguably in charge to try to bring the very best out of the players already in the squad.

In other news, Manchester United chief confirms transfer overhaul

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