Frank Lampard has had little trouble welcoming fresh faces into his ranks at Stamford Bridge. We joined in the summer transfer party really late, but with a good, positive signing in the form of Donny van de Beek.
According to an exclusive story covered by The Sun, the Red Devils will not meet Dortmund's huge asking price of £108million to lure the England global and Solskjaer is not against bringing in a proven PL player like Bale.
Ferdinand is among those to have been left disappointed, as Solskjaer was expected to be busy before the next deadline.
Speaking on his Five YouTube channel, Ferdinand said: "The kid's got mad talent". Little bit of talk, bang-deal.
If he comes back to England, he will be desperate to silence the critics who have trashed his reputation and that's one reason why I think Spurs could be making a game-changing signing and United might regret ignoring the opportunity.
Van de Beek is United’s only signing so far this summer
Ferdinand added: "Sancho was talked about months ago". Still not done, it's so frustrating.
That would make the 30-year-old a much cheaper alternative to Sancho and it would allow United to save their funds to sign the England worldwide next summer when Dortmund might be more willing to negotiate.
"I'm not saying deals are easy to be done but Chelsea are showing deals can be done if you put the money down and it's all done in the right way".
The renowned British source have mentioned that Man United are ready to offer a deal to sign the £33.8million-a-year player (£650,000-a-week).
Stories appeared in the papers earlier this week suggesting United were prepared to walk away from the Sancho deal and they were linked with a move for Bale, but I'm not sure that was a serious rumour.