Manchester United club going backward despite signings

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Manchester United has been told they are going backward despite their signing this summer following their worst start in the Premier League.

Talksports pundit Micky Gray has slam Manchester United as stated that the club his going backward despite their signings in the summer.

Gray was reacting to the news that stated that Adrien Rabiot deal is on a verge to collapse with the French man demanding much wages.

The amount he was asking for was not stated but the report adds it would’ve made him one of Man United’s top earners had the club agreed to it.

Reacting to the news that the Rabiot deal is on the verge of collapse, Gray told talkSPORT: “It’s an absolute disgrace, they knew they had to recruit in the summer and they’ve left it with 15 days to go in the transfer window.

“They’ve brought in three players [Lisandro Martinez, Tyrell Malacia and Christian Eriksen] in this transfer window and they have not improved Manchester United.

“If anything they’ve gone backwards when they’re supposed to be going forwards.

“Players who are walking through the door at Man United in the last 15 days of this transfer window are going to want top dollar. They know what situation they’re going to find themselves in.

“It’s panic stations. A club like Manchester United getting it completely wrong, it’s an absolute disgrace.

“They don’t know what’s going to happen with Cristiano Ronaldo either. Is he going to stay or is he going to go?

“They need to buck their ideas up and get something sorted out because those supporters are absolutely seething.”

Manchester United have had a tough start this season losing against Brighton at Old Trafford and suffering 4-0 defeat to Brentford last week.

The Red Devils will host Liverpool in coming days as they set to make thing right in the Premier League.



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