The patience from Manchester United fans to see more deals getting completed after the signing of Donny Van de Beek seem to be wearing out as the pursuit of prime target,Jadon Sancho,seems to be abandoned with other alternatives being looked at. Rio Ferdinand came out expressing his frustration on how the board is dealing in the transfer window with Gary Neville expressing his dismay too.
Gary took to the Guardian saying,"A trophy and breaking that top two has to be the next step. But that's going to be difficult. Ole needs more players and support from the board to do that.When you look at the bench, the game changers aren't there, the depth is not there. They definitely need a centre-back, a midfield player, a forward and a right winger, and potentially another defender, maybe a left-back too."
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