"They will..." - Romano reveals Man Utd's plans for the final days of the January window
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Fabrizio Romano has provided an update on Manchester United's transfer plans for the remainder of the January window.
United have made progress this season under the guidance Erik ten Hag and had looked like they might stage a title charge in the second half of the campaign after beating defending champions Manchester City 2-1 earlier this month.
But a costly 1-1 draw away at Crystal Palace, coupled with a dramatic 3-2 defeat to league leaders Arsenal on Sunday, has left the Red Devils 11 points adrift of the Gunners.
With the Premier League title now looking out of their reach, United may well face a battle to qualify for the top four.
According to Romano, United manager Erik ten Hag is keen to further strenghten his squad this month, having already signed Wout Weghorst on loan.
The Dutchman is thought to want further 'creative signings' before the window slams shut, while he is also said to want to retain Aaron Wan-Bissaka - despite the defenders struggles against Arsenal.
Romano updates Man Utd fans
Romano has provided a fresh update for fans, stating that Ten Hag is hunting further recruits before the transfer window closes.
Speaking on his YouTube channel, Romano said: "For Man Utd, the reality is that they will look at potential creative signings in the last hours of the market, maybe one.
"On the right-back situation, there is an important update. Aaron Wan-Bissaka now has a very good chance to stay at Manchester United. In November and December, he was available on the market after a difficult first part of the season. Now the feeling is the opposite.
"They were considering some options from around Europe, including Josip Juranovic from Celtic. But at the moment Man United are focusing on Wan-Bissaka as a player to provide competition for Diogo Dalot.
"So Wan-Bissaka could stay and Man United will look for creative signings in the final days of the window if something will be available, otherwise they will stay with the current squad."
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