Manchester United Executive Vice Chairman, Ed Woodward, has said manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, is working on signing "exciting players that fit their long-term vision for the club".
This was included in an email he sent out to the club's staff, published by the UK Telegraph.
In an email, Woodward wrote: "Despite the inflated nature of the transfer market and constant speculation and stories, which can be misleading, the recruitment team - in conjunction with the manager (Ole Gunnar Solskjaer) - are working calmly behind the scenes to bring in other exciting players that fit their long-term vision for the club."
United have been linked with a myriad of players already this summer, but Solskjaer is determined to build his new-look team around young, enthusiastic British players.
Daniel James, the 21-year-old Wales international winger, arrived from Swansea earlier this month and United have also brought in Aaron Wan-Bissaka from Crystal Palace.
The Red Devils are understood to be confident of signing Newcastle's Sean Longstaff, who will become their third signing of the summer.