Paul Pogba's hamstring injury could force Manchester United in to making a new signing according to reports.
Jose Mourinho has confirmed Pogba will be sidelined for a long time, alongside Marcos Rojo and Zlatan Ibrahimovic, and United are now looking in to ways to prevent similar injuries.
The Daily Star claim United are considering appointing a specialist coach to deal with Pogba's hamstring problems.
The specially appointed person would reportedly assess Pogba's running to see if it could be linked to his injuries.
The same report also claims Mourinho has banned Pogba from playing basketball in his spare time in an attempt to prevent any further problems.
In other transfer news United are said to be stepping up their chase for Brazilian wonderkid Yuri Alberto.
The 16-year-old striker has already been impressing for the Brazil Under 17s and according to the Sun has attracted the interest of a number of top European sides including United.
United reportedly sent scouts to watch him this summer and both United are Arsenal are eyeing up a move for the forward next summer.
A source told The Sun: "United and Arsenal are very keen on Yuri. They watched him when Brazil played in England earlier this year.
“He has great technique and an eye for goal. The reports across the board have been positive about him.
“His agent has been contacted and told by both the Premier League clubs they will be watching him over the coming months.”