Man United legend Paul Scholes is latest to lend his voice to the poor transfer experience of his former team after all that happened in the summer transfer window.
A lot seems to be wrong with the Red Devils as they were unable to sign most of their targets. They were unable to win the signature for Jadon Sancho, Gareth Bale, Sergio Reguilon, Kalidou Koulibaly, ad lots more.
Pundits have blamed the approach of the club and the criticism of the club’s recruitment team and scout has been loud in the mouth of other former players including Patrice Evra.
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However, Paul Scholes holds the opinion that there is a lot of pressure and work on the club’s executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward which is the reason why he has failed to meet the expectation for the club in terms f recruitment.
According to Paul Scholes, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is facing a lot of frustration and disappointment as a result of the failures in transfer businesses and that has affected the performance of the team.
Paul Scholes urged the club to hire a new sporting director, adding that the club should involve former players like Rio Ferdinand, Darren Fletcher, and Van der Sar to take up the role.