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Manchester United 'won't overspend in January'

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Manchester United allegedly tell manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer that they will not 'overspend' during the January transfer window.
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Manchester United have allegedly informed manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer that they are not prepared to spend over the odds in January.

With certain areas needing to be strengthened after a poor start to the season, United are expected to be active during the transfer window at the beginning of 2020.

According to ESPN, chief executive Ed Woodward is happy to back Solskjaer with a significant amount of funds for the right players.

However, the report adds that Woodward has no intention of overspending in order to ensure that United finish in the top six of the Premier League standings.

Speculation persists over the potential signing of Juventus forward Mario Mandzukic, who could cost in the region of £9m.

A new midfielder may also arrive at Old Trafford, although the report indicates that United are unlikely to be successful with an approach for Barcelona's Ivan Rakitic.

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2Leicester CityLeicester128222982126
3Chelsea1282227171026
4Manchester CityMan City1281335132225
5Sheffield UnitedSheff Utd12453139417
6Arsenal124531617-117
7Manchester UnitedMan Utd124441612416
8Wolverhampton WanderersWolves123721615116
9Bournemouth124441515016
10Burnley124351718-115
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14Tottenham HotspurSpurs123541817114
15Everton124261318-514
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17Aston Villa123271720-311
18Watford12156823-158
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Premier League Table
TeamPWDLFAGDPTS
1Liverpool12111028101834
2Leicester CityLeicester128222982126
3Chelsea1282227171026
4Manchester CityMan City1281335132225
5Sheffield UnitedSheff Utd12453139417
6Arsenal124531617-117
7Manchester UnitedMan Utd124441612416
8Wolverhampton WanderersWolves123721615116
9Bournemouth124441515016
10Burnley124351718-115
11Brighton & Hove AlbionBrighton124351517-215
12Crystal Palace124351016-615
13Newcastle UnitedNewcastle124351118-715
14Tottenham HotspurSpurs123541817114
15Everton124261318-514
16West Ham UnitedWest Ham123451420-613
17Aston Villa123271720-311
18Watford12156823-158
19Southampton122281129-188
20Norwich CityNorwich122191128-177
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