The Norwegian is keen to reinforce his squad in the summer as he targets to challenge for the title next season. Solskjaer instead opted to praise his squad for the progress they have made since he took over from Jose Mourinho.
“Now is not the time to talk about, or make, wholesale changes in the squad because [that squad] has been doing so great. City and Liverpool have taken more points than us in the last 18 games or whatever it is, and that’s it. That’s a great effort by the boys," he said.
“Where we were when we came in, we’ve really given it a go, and I’ve got say that you can see loads of Man United standards – the DNA – in many of these players. But… as I’ve said: of course you have to get players in and some players will have to go out," he added.
Paul Pogba, David de Gea and Romelu Lukaku could be on their way out after reports the trio is considering future at Old Trafford.