Manchester United is looking to get back on top as they are currently sitting at fourth place in the Premier League.
Associated Press reporter Rob Harris said on Twitter that the team is looking to make big moves in the upcoming transfer window.
Man United’s Ed Woodward tells investors on transfer window after Depay signing “we expect to be active again during the window”
— Rob Harris (@RobHarris) May 14, 2015
Man United is currently undergoing a loss though, as they have lost £2.9m due to a broadcasting decline and lower matchday revenue.
They did not have as many home games and did not have as many of them broadcast on television, which caused them to blame those factors for their declining viewership and revenue.
They were also not in attendance for the UEFA Champions League.
They are currently going through debt, and it will only get heavier as they now owe £395.4m.
However, this major blow will be softened as the club is expected to receive up to £110m in shares.
Despite their debt, the Red Devils are expected to spend and beef up their squad as much as possible when the transfer window approaches.