Manchester United don’t plan to make any more signings before the transfer window closes on Thursday.
The Red Devils recently confirmed the purchase of Antony from Ajax for €100m and this has emptied their transfer budget.
According to The Telegraph, the club were initially hoping to land Antony for €60m, but ended up paying a hefty fee for the Brazilian.
In doing so, they have utilised their remaining budget for the summer, and don’t anticipate any permanent deals before the deadline.
A new right-back has been a priority for manager Erik ten Hag, but that may only materialise if Aaron Wan-Bissaka leaves permanently.
Barring a drastic change of events, it seems unlikely that a new right-back will arrive before the transfer deadline at 11pm on Thursday.