Manchester United legend Gary Neville has slammed the transfer policy employed by his former club.
While doing his punditry work with Sky Sports, the former Manchester United right-back said that the Red Devils have spent £700m on players without achieving anything.
According to him, Manchester United are still far away from challenging for the Premier League title with the likes of Manchester City and Liverpool.
Gary Neville went on to say that Manchester United might be involved in 12 transactions in the summer.
The ex-England international revealed that the Red Devils have four or five players to give a new contract as they are close to the end of their current deal.
He also said that they have to move on around four players and get as much money as possible for them before adding that they also need to sign four quality players.
Manchester United endured a disastrous season until current manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was appointed in December.
Solskjaer was initially made the interim manager before his position was confirmed permanently on Thursday.
With him in charge, Manchester United have been able to secure a quarterfinal spot in the Champions League where they’ll face Spanish champions Barcelona in addition to being in a four-team race in the Premier League as far as qualification for next season’s Champions League is concerned.