Manchester United are not planning a massive spend on transfers this summer, even if the Qatar takeover bid is successful.

Qatari banker Sheikh Jassim Bin Hamad Al Thani made his offer to buy the club public on Friday with the promise to "return United to its former glories both on and off the pitch."

United spent more than £200 million to bolster Erik ten Hag's squad last summer but were restricted to three loan signings in the January window.

Dropping out of the Champions League and a lack of significant player departures has meant United are keeping a close eye on FFP compliance.