Since Sir Alex vacated the Manchester United hot seat, the transfer expenditure has exceeded £900 million spanning across four manager stints.

The fallen giants continue their rebuilding with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer aiming to take this United squad to the Champions League so they can continue their rebuilding.

Shockingly, Manchester United are going little conservative on splashing the cash this season. Their resistance to pay big-money this season can be interpreted from the ongoing lengthy negotiations for Harry Maguire, Sergej Milinkovic Savic, Bruno Fernandes coupled with their successful Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

Most of their transfers have failed the Red Devils and this has largely impacted the Red Devils transfer business this season. The Red Devils were undeterred (and insensible at times) while splashing the cash as most of their transfers have failed (needless to mention the wages) and now have probably resisting the urge to go for the big-money signings (Neymar, Koulibaly).

So how can the fallen giants can save money and still make significant quality additions to the squad? Let’s consider the options