Gary Neville expresses concern for Manchester United's slow transfer window start

Former Manchester United captain Gary Neville has expressed his concern for the club’s slow start to the transfer window.

United entered the off-season with more to do than any top club, with a clearout required and new faces needed.

So far, no new signings have been made, despite plenty of transfer talk, United have been unable to deliver.

And aside from the players United will release, no player sales have been made either.

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United’s slow transfer window start

Gary Neville has spoken out to express concern at United’s slow transfer window start.

While acknowledging it is early in the window, Neville underlined the importance of bringing in new players quickly, for new manager Erik ten Hag to work with.

Rivals Manchester City and Liverpool have made signings already, while Tottenham and Arsenal have also brought new players in.

The first group of players return for United on June 27 for pre-season, and with the fixtures now set for the season, the 2022/23 campaign is looking very real. So it’s time to get serious.

United are no doubt working away in the background to try and get deals done, but there needs to be some flexibility and agility in the market if the club’s first choice targets are not available.

This is a time to start producing results, for the sake of the season ahead. If United get this transfer window wrong, it makes everything tougher for the new manager.

Supporters are growing more and more restless with the lack of transfer action, as it is not just one or two new faces United need. Around six or seven signings are needed, while former interim boss Ralf Rangnick recommended United required 10.

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