Manchester United recent positive run seem to regain their believes in competing this season as they apparently are not keen on making too much changes during the upcoming January transfer window.
That sentiment was echoed by Red Devils’ boss, Jose Mourinho, who stated that he is open to do something in January, but there won’t be a massive amount of arrivals.
Speaking to the media, Mourinho said that should his team get into the market in January, it won’t be to purchase two, three or even four.
The tactician explained that he believes summer transfer market is a much more ideal moment to make several changes, not in January.
Moreover, the Portuguese also felt that he hasn’t been giving too much opportunities for some players, such as Memphis Depay and Ashley Young, since there are plenty competition on their positions.
Knowing that fact, Mourinho is more determined in maintaining his current squad rather than making too many changes next month.
Still, the former Chelsea boss is not shutting down any potential departures, though he insisted should any players left, it’s not because Man United are forcing them out.
Mourinho added that anyone who opted to leave Old Trafford are because of their own decision instead of any intervention from him or United’s management.