Gary Neville has blown up Manchester United’s ‘appalling’ approach to the transfer window.
Jadon Sancho was the club’s main target, but no deal was reached with just five days left of the window with Borussia Dortmund remaining firm on their value of £109 m.
United are still in discussions with Porto over the signing of Alex Telles, but that deal too is dragging on as negotiations continue over a fee.
So, United have only made one signing since the end of last season with Donny van de Beek coming from Ajax, although their rivals have improved considerably.
Champions Liverpool improved their roster with the arrivals of Thiago Alcantara and Diogo Jota, while Manchester City broke their transfer record on Tuesday to sign Ruben Dias of Benfica, their third summer arrival.
Chelsea invested more than £200 m to boost team, which is still active on the market. In the meantime, Tottenham took Gareth Bale back to the club as one of the five new arrivals.
Amidst all this, Neville maintains that his former club only wants to add a center-half, a left-back and a striker before next week’s deadline.
Frustrated by lack of operation, Neville used Twitter to target United decision-makers for not providing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with the players he requires to build upon finishing third last season.