Alan Shearer has questioned why the Manchester United board have not backed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer within the switch market this summer time.
United had solely signed Donny van de Beek going into switch deadline day, though the membership are anticipated to finish offers at no cost agent Edinson Cavani and Alex Telles earlier than Monday’s 11pm worldwide deadline.
Jadon Sancho has been the membership’s primary switch goal all summer time however have refused to fulfill Borussia Dortmund’s valuation of the participant.
Equally, the membership’s lack of ability to promote undesirable centre-backs has prevented them from recruiting one other, and United have shipped 11 targets of their opening three Premier League video games.
With Sancho’s price ticket remaining the identical all summer time however United failing to pay the required price or recruit an alternate right-winger, Shearer questioned United’s recruitment.
“They have been a shambles towards Crystal Palace, conceded three, they conceded two towards Brighton they usually have been lucky,” Shearer advised Match of the Day 2. “They conceded all these targets in the present day and it ought to have been extra. I can consider different phrases apart from ‘shambles’ that we are able to use.
“My fear with Ole is: why haven’t they backed him? Why have they not invested?
“It doesn’t take a genius to work out what they want? Why aren’t they going out and getting what they want?”
Fellow pundit Jermaine Jenas agreed, including: “I completely agree. We’ve been right here for the reason that begin of the season speaking a few centre-back problem.
“I nonetheless assume they’ve a centre-forward problem, irrespective of what number of good gamers they’ve on the high of the pitch, who’s going to get them 30 targets?
“Cavani may very well be coming in. (He’s been obtainable for weeks) However it all provides as much as a imaginative and prescient that they don’t know what they’re doing, which is worrying.”