Manchester United hero Gary Neville believes interim boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer still needs a lot of money to spend on quality players in the market to get the Red Devils back to where they desire.
Addressing Sky Sports, and cited by the Daily Mail
, the ex-Manchester United defender and analyst made it crystal clear he felt that the Norwegian tactician still required more top class players to strengthen the fortune of the club.
The former Manchester United striker has done brilliantly at Old Trafford ever since coming in as temporary boss, and now appears the best bet to get the job on a permanent basis.
It remains to be discovered if that will definitely happen, but the Manchester United legend arrears ready to see his former colleague get the managerial role, as long as he’s also supported in the transfer window.
The ex-England international defender says the Red Devils still require as many as five top rated players that might cost about £250million to return to challenging for the Premier League title instead of battling for fourth position with the likes of North London club Arsenal.
Neville said Ole needs £200-£250million to spend on bringing in three defenders, a midfielder, and a quality striker.
Supporters of Manchester United would possibly agree with Neville’s thought, with many present players over-performing under the tutelage of Solskjaer in a run that might not last.
The great feeling of the new boss coming in will certainly soon phase out, and only quality in key arears can truly see the side move forward.