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Gary Neville advises Ole ahead of the summer transfer window

The hand of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took what looked to us at Christmas like an impossible move up the ladder to guarantee a spot in the Champions League by crushing Leicester ‘s hearts the final day.

In his view, Manchester United “needs to invest properly” to succeed in the next season in the Champions League and close the gap in the Premier League between Liverpool and Manchester City.

In the next summer transfer window, Gary Neville has explained what Manchester United wants to do.

The deadline opens on Monday, and United understands that they will promise potential Champions League Soccer ambitions this season.

The Foxes had a point on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer ‘s behalf, but eventually, they won a 2-0 win at the King’s power stadium.

Seventy-one minutes before Jesse Lingard scored the second in the eighth minute of stoppage time, Bruno Fernandes handed United the lead from the penalty spot.

The MEN reports that the United States’ biggest goal this summer is the winger Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund, and the spotlight is still on Jack Grealish. On the final day of the season, Grealish helped retain the reputation of Aston Villa as a Premier League club.

 

Neville’s Advice

Neville expects that Solskjaer will continue to recruit the foreign talents of young people who have their best possible years.

“I think it’s a big day for Ole, it gives him some peace, and it demonstrates the progress we’ve seen in the past few months,” Neville told Sky Sports after the game.

“The team is better, and they’re younger. I think they can play a different way now than what they could at the start of the season.

“They were basic I think in the first six months or so of this season in the sense that they could play counter-attack. As soon as you dealt with the counter-attack, they couldn’t break teams down that played deep.

“I think with Fernandes now coming into the squad. Pogba and Greenwood are emerging, and they look like they can play different ways and win games in different ways. I think it’s a side that in the last few games when you play that first-team, that first 11, for a week or two, it starts to get fatigued.”

He also said that the players were already worn out with 20 minutes into the game. According to him, this shows that more players are needed. The last time United finished in the top three was under Jose Mourinho, who in the summer invested 170 million pounds and didn’t spend as well as they did last year.

He said that United could not repeat the bad recruitments that Jose Mourinho did into the Champions League in 2018.

 

Squad depth is very crucial if the team wants to challenge for top honors next season

They were linked to Borussia, Dortmund, and England star this summer, though Jadon Sancho could be prohibitive with a price of £ 100m.

It is essential to spend the capital again, but to get close Liverpool or City, it must be done correctly this time, he asserted. According to him, the squad needs to be strengthened and changed a bit though he still thinks the final 3rd position is a big one for Ole.

He added that the first 11, first and foremost, must be improved. It is not to the detriment of the players who played today, and individual players are decent enough to be in a category that can still win.

“If you’re gonna play 55-60 games a season, then there’s enough games to go around for 15/16 quality players. It’s about making sure they get those players that want to come to the club, who are coming to the club for the right reasons.

“United’s model, historically, is to sign players that are on the brink of achieving something great, rather than signing players that are the great players in the world. Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich have been doing that for 30/40 years.

“United have never really done that. They’ve always signed players, who are either the best in the Premier League, that are emerging, or young international talent that have got their best years to come. That’s what Ole seems to have brought back in the past 12 months. It’s working. It’s better.” He added.

 

 

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