English Premier League outfit Man United were criticized for their recent transfer activity in the summer window as they were unable to secure the service of most of their targets.
It was assumed that the Red Devils did not want to spend the money to secure their top targets but that has now been dismissed by the club’s executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward who claims that Man United have “spent more than any other Europe club”.
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According to him, the club is satisfied with the progress they have made off the pitch, noting that manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been backed with funds since he joined the club.
It was revealed that manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had £150 million during his first campaign in charge and he was able to secure the signature of Harry Maguire, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, and Bruno Fernandes.
However, he stressed that the club can never be satisfied until they are winning trophies. He added that there is a clear strategy by the club to build a successful and committed team and that effort is being achieved with some transfer activities.
It would be recalled that despite starting the summer transfer window very slowly, the Red Devils were able to bring in new legs to add to the strength of the team.