Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho says a "big signing" will soon be made by the club.
Recent reports have claimed that Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba will officially become a Manchester United player this weekend.
But the Portuguese has again refused to discuss the possibility of the Frenchman joining his side.
"I don't like to speak about other players," he is quoted as saying by Sky Sports.
"Other managers like to do that. What matters to me is only what happens in my house, not the house of my neighbour,.
"Pogba is a Juventus player until officially he isn't. It stays like this. I think my club is trying to do everything to close our market before August 14. So hopefully by next week we will have our squad closed.
"That squad includes another new big signing. We have 22 now, and we are going to have 23.
"We have a young centre-back that needs time to be a top one, but he has top potential and we believe a lot in him. We bought a creative player, we know the quality he has.
"We bought a super striker and we are going to get a very good midfield player. So I am happy with my squad and the effort the club did and is still doing."