It is no longer news that Man United will engage in this summer transfer window and are hoping to be more active than any other club this term.
The Red Devils have identified a number of needs for the team with Borussia Dortmund player, Jadon Sancho as their major target while a number of names have been mentioned to be on their wish list.
However, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been advised by the club legend, Ryan Giggs to avoid bringing in too many stars that will not improve the depth of the team.
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According to him, the Red Devils must borrow a leaf from their rivals, Man City, and focus on improving their depth with their signings as that is the only thing needed to challenge in the English Premier League.
Ryan Giggs told Webby and O’Neill that stars who are young get a little bit tired in the course of the season and that is always disadvantaged
He noted that this is what Man City have been doing when they bring in new players, noting that when they make any substitution, it doesn’t make the team weaker but makes them stronger.
Ryan Giggs, therefore, emphasized that the players that must come in should be able to challenge the big boys in the team to enhance competition.