Harry Maguire has given Manchester United fans an update on the club's transfer activity.
The Red Devils are going into the final day of the window with just one player in the shape of Donny van de Beek.
But their business is not done yet with the club pushing hard for Alex Telles from Porto and Jadon Sancho of Borussia Dortmund.
The Brazilian is wanted by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to add some attacking threat from his full-backs.
Luke Shaw has had fitness issues and Brandon Williams is still inexperienced, while Telles scored 11 Primeira Liga goals last season.
And the pursuit of Sancho has been going on over the summer but with little breakthrough.
Dortmund have told United to stump up £109m and the latest offer of £91m was rejected – but the Red Devils are getting closer.
But whether they are successful or not before Monday's deadline remains to be seen.
A deal for Edinson Cavani also looks set to be confirmed soon after he was released from Paris St-Germain at the end of his contract.
The 33-year-old will provide some welcome experience at the top of the pitch after the early impact of Odion Ighalo fizzled out.
And club captain Maguire has given fans an update on the surrounding transfer activity at Old Trafford.
He said: “We’ve brought in Donny [van de Beek], who’s an excellent signing, great player and a great guy to have around.
"I’m sure – he’s settled in brilliantly, but I’m sure he’ll improve.
“The window is still open and I know the club.
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"I know how it works and they will be working tirelessly to try and strengthen our squad, without making any rash decisions.
“We focus on ourselves and we feel we have enough in our squad at the moment to go and get three points on Sunday [vs Spurs] and that’s all that matters."
United take on Tottenham on Sunday afternoon in a huge clash for both sides with the international break looming.
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