Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho has indicated that he is willing to let unhappy players leave for the right price in January amid reports he’s going for a number of big name signings.
The Old Trafford boss is reportedly set for a shock move for Arsenal contract rebel, Mesut Ozil – who has just four months left on his current deal at North London – while Atletico Madrid star Antoine Griezman has also been mentioned.
Among those linked with moves away from the club are Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Luke Shaw after struggling for game time this season.
And Mou has said offers would be considered for those who wanted to leave Old Trafford, but at the right price, Goal writes.
“I think, for the right price. That’s my approach as a manager, in cases where the club advises me,” he said.
“Every player has a price.
“If a player is not happy, if a player brings with him the request with the number that we consider a good number for us, like it happened with Memphis [Depay] and Morgan [Schneiderlin], I would never say no.”
Mourinho may also seek reinforcements at the back, with defender Eric Bailly to miss up to three months due to ankle surgery.
But the 55-year-old Portuguese said he won’t be buying just for the sake of it in January.
“I don’t like the January market just to buy,” Mourinho said.
“But if you can buy one you would buy in June or July a few months before, then great.”
Second-placed United who trail leaders City by 11 points, travel to the midlands to face West Brom on Sunday.