English Premier League outfit Man United have been able to win just three points from three games so far this season which speaks a lot about the performance of the team.
After suffering a 3-1 defeat in the opening game against Crystal Palace, the red Devils also suffered a 6-1 loss to North London outfit in their last Premier League outing.
Former Man United player Gary Neville stated that the fact that the club was failing to secure their summer targets affected the current team’s performances.
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He noted that the current team have pulled away psychologically before the season started, adding that the psychology got more damaged with the players learning that those who are to help rescue the team have refused to join.
It would be recalled that the Red Devils made several attempts to secure the signature of quality players including Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho, Real Madrid stars Gareth Bale and Sergio Reguilon.
The club also made an attempt to land Barcelona forward Ousmane Dembele, taking his chase to the deadline day but the player rejected a move away from Camp Nou.
Howbeit, the Red Devils have been able to make some additions before the end of the summer transfer window, including Edison Cavani and Alex Telles with the hope that it will get the team back to their best.