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Man Utd have spent £700m and still have 12 deals to do

The former Red Devils defender admits little progress has been made in the transfer market up until Ole Gunnar Solskjaer being handed the reins

Manchester United have spent £700 million ($914m) to stand how to contact customer service at w88 still, says Gary Neville, with there now 12 deals for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to oversee as the Red Devils prepare for another transfer refresh.

The Red Devils have invested heavily in fresh faces since Sir Alex Ferguson headed into retirement, with the likes of Marouane Fellaini, Juan Mata, Anthony Martial, Paul Pogba, Victor Lindelof and Romelu Lukaku among those snapped up.


Big-money additions have failed to push the club back into Premier League title contention, with a top-four finish representing the height of domestic ambition once again in 2018-19.

Solskjaer, fresh from penning a three-year contract, is the latest manager to be charged with the task of delivering on expectation and piecing together challenges for major honours.

Neville admits there is a lot of work to be done at Old Trafford, both in and out of a star-studded squad, with it easy to argue that the new man at the helm would benefit from the presence of a director of football to help carry the load.

The former Red Devils defender told Sky Sports: “Over the last six or seven years, United have put £700m into that squad, and they're still falling well short of where Liverpool and Manchester City are at the moment - they're 16-18 points behind.

“So what you have to look at is how United bridge how to register at 188bet that gap, and yes they will do that through the spirit that Solskjaer has created, but they have to get better players on the pitch that can compete with Liverpool and City to go along with some of the very good players they've already got.

“United have a big, big job. There are four or five players that Solskjaer will want to keep that are out of contract and he needs to tie down. There are four or five players he will need to bring in, and there are probably four or five players that he needs to get out.

“If you think about that in terms of the job over the next two or three months, you've got probably 12 live situations; four players to sign new contracts, four players to get into the club, four players to get out for the most money possible.

“That needs a good 'wheeler-dealer' behind the scenes, someone who can manage that situation. United haven't been brilliant at that in the last few years.

“I think that's the big job. That's not Solskjaer's job, but it will determine the outcome of his success in terms of the future.”

The likes of Peter Schmeichel and Edwin van der Sar have been linked with potential directorial roles, with United continuing to look to familiar faces for inspiration after handing the managerial reins to Solskjaer.

They are expected to be busy again in the next slot game malaysia transfer window, but it remains to be seen who will be involved in that process and how many voices will have an input before final decisions are taken.
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For some time now money has become more important than football. It is sad(
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When one earns money, someone loses it. This is about the story, not about us. Many people don’t give a **** because they are waiting for loan lenders online instant approval to survive. Do you think it’s fair? I strongly doubt!
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