Manchester United have been advised to make four signings in the summer if they want to return to their previous status of dominating both English and European football.
According to former Manchester United player Robbie Savage, his former team needs at least four big signings this summer ahead of next season.
Robbie Savage came through the Manchester United youth team in the early 90s, but he didn’t make any first team appearances for the Red Devils.
The 45-year-old spoke about Manchester United while he was on BT Sports shortly after the FA Cup fifth round clash with Derby County from the second tier of English football.
Manchester United will be guests of Premier League basement club Norwich City in the FA Cup quarterfinals after they beat Derby County 3-0 away from home. Luke Shaw and new signing Odion Ighalo (2) scored the goals for the Red Devils.
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Robbie Savage believes that four quality signings would be enough to turn Manchester United into a Premier League title contender once again.
He also said that Manchester United should hold on to the services of Paul Pogba who has had limited game time because of injury.
Robbie Savage wants the Red Devils to raise £150m from player sales plus £200m from the hierarchy as the budget for transfers thus making the whole budget £350m.
Manchester United should go for players like Napoli centre back Kalidou Koulibaly, Aston Villa skipper Jack Grealish, Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho and Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Raul Jimenez.
Kalidou Koulibaly could partner Harry Maguire at the centre back next season if they manage to sign him alongside left-back Luke Shaw and right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
Jack Grealish is a £60m target for the Red Devils, while they are also the favourites to sign Jadon Sancho. Raul Jimenez is a striker target for Manchester United as they try to build the playing squad ahead of next season.