Club legend Gary Neville was disappointed with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his players after they started the New Year with a big defeat at Arsenal when the two teams met in a Matchday 21 outing in the league.
Gary Neville could not hide his disappointment while he was on BBC Sport as he advised former teammate Solskjaer on the area crying out for reinforcement.
The former Manchester United right-back said that the league defeat to Arsenal showed that the team lacks a bit of extra quality in attack.
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Manchester United fans thought young Norwegian hitman Erling Haaland will sign for the club only for the player to snub the Red Devils for Borussia Dortmund in Germany.
Erling Haaland would have added a genuine goal threat to the Manchester United frontline.
He has 28 goals in 22 matches this season with all of the goals scored for Red Bull Salzburg before leaving them for Dortmund this year.
Manchester United have several injury problems in midfield as well and chief executive Ed Woodward needs to roll out the cheque for new players if the much maligned club official wants Solskjaer and his players to make something meaningful out of the season with the Red Devils still involved in four competitions.