With Ole Gunnar Solskjaer under pressure, the manager has revealed he will not spend millions of pounds of Manchester United's money just to save his own job.
The defeat to Burnley on Wednesday meant that United have now lost more games than they have won since appointing Solskjaer as the permanent manager.
United's squad is currently plagued by injuries as Paul Pogba, Scott McTominay, Marcus Rashford are all out with injuries leaving the club with no option but to dip into the transfer market.
Solskjaer admitted that he won't spend a fortune to save his United job, "We have to spend wisely, that’s one of the keys for me, that we spend our money wisely.
"We’ve spent loads of money in the past five or six seasons, since Sir Alex left, and I’ve got to make sure with the club that when we spend the money now it’s on the right players and the right types, that will be here in the long run and will add quality now.
"Football has changed, money has changed big time. Players to improve Man United or the top teams are very expensive these days. What is error? Is it error when it takes a player from abroad spending a season getting acclimatised?"