OLE GUNNAR SOLSKJAER will have been delighted to have picked up his first win as permanent Manchester United boss against Fulham.
And the Norwegian may well have the final say on who joins in the summer, according to former Red Devils manager David Moyes.
The Scotsman believes Solskjaer will have the last input even if a director of football is hired – with Jadon Sancho, Gareth Bale and Kalidou Koulibaly all targets.
But one man they could miss out on is Antoine Griezmann who looks set to leave Atletico Madrid this summer.
The French World Cup winner is a wanted man and can be picked up for £100m in the summer when his release clause drops.
And he has already opened talks with Barcelona chief Eric Abidal over a potential move to Camp Nou.
There is also bad news closer to home as it has been revealed that Paul Pogba rejected a new deal at United in January with Real Madrid looking to swoop in.
The Frenchman is wanted by his fellow countryman Zinedine Zidane, having tried to sign him in 2016 when he was at Juventus.
But now the latest revelation will give the Real Madrid boss a boost as he hopes £125m will be enough to persuade United to sell.
And lastly, there could be trouble in their bid to keep hold of Ander Herrera, who has attracted interest from Arsenal and PSG.
The Spaniard is a free transfer at the end of the season – but wants £200k-a-week to stay at Old Trafford.