Manchester United are considering a second bid for Bournemouth forward Joshua King after their first offer was rejected.
King played under Solskjaer in United’s reserves but was unable to make the breakthrough to the senior team.
However, in his press conference on Friday morning, United boss, Solskjaer played down the possibility of any further business before the 11pm deadline.
“There’s so much speculation in the transfer windows and now it’s probably going to be the summer window that we start on, but I’m very happy with the club and how we’ve conducted things and how we stick to our beliefs and values as well.
“We’ve just got to stay true and stay in control so that’s what we have to do and we can’t let the outside know what we’re going to do and what decisions we make.