With Manchester United yet to sell any player in the current transfer window, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer revealed why they have not started their clearout.
All of the departures at United so far have been free transfers, with Ander Herrera, Antonio Valencia, and James Wilson leaving for Paris Saint Germain, LDU Quito, and Aberdeen respectively. United are coming from an underwhelming season, finishing sixth and trophyless for the second successive campaign last term, winning two of their last 12 games.
Speaking in a press conference in their pre-season tour in Australia, Solskjaer revealed why they are yet to sell any players, "I can see your point. But doing business in the football market is not going to be a quick fix overnight. And we have players here who I trust.
"There are fantastic players here, loads of players I know are gonna be successful at this club and we've signed two in Dan [James] and Aaron [Wan-Bissaka], with their speed and hunger, with quality that will be part of that.
"And I'm coaching and managing them here, the business side of it is you have to be in the market and, as I said, we don't have any offers for our players."