Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has admitted Manchester United
are very much on the search for more new signings, and are looking across all corners of the globe.
United have already added youth to their ranks with the purchases of Daniel James and Aaron Wan Bissaka, as Solskjaer looks to overhaul a squad who performed poorly last season.
Solskjaer has stated he is looking at both football quality and human characteristics, before bringing anybody to Old Trafford.
'It doesn't matter if they are English, Norwegian, French, Brazilian. You just want good players and good people,' the Norwegian told the club's official website.
'Quality and speed, of course, is a big thing in football nowadays.
'The more x-factors you have in a team, the better you are,' he added.
Meanwhile, on the selling front, United remain adamant they will hold out for £90million for striker Romelu Lukaku.
Inter Milan have yet to make a formal offer for Lukaku despite talks between the two clubs in London on Thursday, but it's understood that United do not want to make a loss on the player.
They agreed to pay Everton £75m plus £15m in add-ons when he moved from Goodison Park to Old Trafford two years ago. Everton are also due £5m of any sell-on fee, meaning that United are unlikely to settle for anything less than £90m.