Manchester United legend Gary Neville has not been impressed with the club in the present transfer window as he echoes the frustrations of several club fans.
Ex-Manchester United defender Gary Neville talked about the Red Devils and their transfer plan this summer on Webby and O’Reilly Youtube channel.
According to him, Manchester United need to sign at least three more players to be ready for a potentially demanding season.
Gary Neville wants three or four new signings to boost the Red Devils squad for this season.
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He said a left-back signing is necessary especially due to the constant injury problems of first choice Luke Shaw. Gary Neville also revealed that the signing of a new centre back is important.
The former Manchester United skipper further urged the club to sign at least one forward.
Gary Neville is also adamant that the club has been busy in the transfer market but nothing much has come out of it save for the signing of young Dutch midfielder Donny Van De Beek.
The 23-year-old was announced as a Manchester United player last week in a £40m deal. It was revealed that the transfer was swift as a result of the intervention of manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.