When asked about his plans for the upcoming January window, Ralf Rangnick told reporters: “I’ve got to know them [the squad] better in this week.
“I saw most of them play in the two games and had three, four or five training sessions this week, but it’s still too early to speak about what might happen in the winter transfer window.
“If I look at the number of players we have, it’s still a big squad, we definitely do not have enough players.”
The Manchester United boss continued: “We need to make sure that players want to stay here.
“If they see not getting enough game time here, it might make sense to speak individually with the players to see if a loan deal might make sense, but right now, it’s still too early to speak about that.”
Earlier this Friday, Anthony Martial’s agent confirmed that the striker will be looking to exit the club next year. Despite being seemingly fit, Martial hasn’t played much this season.
Meanwhile, the futures of Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard, and Donny van de Beek also remain up in the air.