Gary Neville has hit out at the Manchester United board amid another shambles of a transfer window.
United have signed only one player this summer, and face a late scramble to get deals done.
Commenting via Twitter, Neville criticised United’s lack of strategy.
Neville pointed out that deciding against panic buying now would not be a valid excuse, given that United have had months to get business done.
Neville said that United need three signings before the deadline, not including the winger which is quite obviously required.
Unfortunately though, United have signed only five players on permanent deals in the last four transfer windows.
Expecting this board to get four more players in before Monday is unrealistic.
It truly is absurd that United find themselves in this position once again.
If the club had owners who cared, instead of the Glazers, Ed Woodward would have been fired or removed from his position a long time ago.
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