Jose Mourinho insists that he would be content with Manchester United’s transfer business, even if they do not sign a fourth player.
United have made three additions to their squad so far this summer, with Victor Lindelof, Romelu Lukaku and Nemanja Matic all joining.
Manchester City are the only Premier League club to have spent more in this window, but Mourinho always set out to sign four players.
The Portuguese had wanted to welcome a new winger into his squad, but the inability to persuade Inter Milan to part with Ivan Perisic, as well as the lack of alternative targets, means Mourinho will have to settle with his lot.
When asked whether the club will sign another player, he replied: “Unless something happens that puts us in the market again.
“Obviously, my plans were four but I also told them to be cool, there is no pressure from me, do what you think is best for the club.
“We will be together again for another window in January and one next summer so there is no pressure at all from me.
“I am happy with the squad we have. I’m ready to go without a fourth signing.”