Andy Goldstein, a sports presenter who works for MUTV from time to time, has hit out at the Glazer family and Ed Woodward.
The talkSPORT host says Manchester United have 9 days to save themselves — suggesting that the Glazers need to free up funds in order for Ed Woodward to get deals done before the January transfer window shuts.
An avid Man Utd supporter, Goldstein is demanding four or five signings and stresses that Bruno Fernandes alone will not fix the problems we see in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team every week.
Goldstein goes strong on that point claiming, “If one player comes in, the club will continue to die.”
We couldn’t agree with him more!
Watch the clip below (via Twitter/talkSPORT):
“Manchester United have got 9 days to save themselves…” 🙏
“If Sporting Lisbon want 55 million for Fernandes, give them 60!” ❗️
— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) January 22, 2020
Goldstein openly urges United to overspend on players by giving clubs higher transfer fees than what they decide to demand, because our club have no other choice due to its dire position on and off the pitch.
Man City had to do it when they didn’t have any pull factors except oil money, and it’s time Woodward realised our club is not in the position is once was due to his sheer incompetence.
The United board issued its full backing of Solskjaer today, as per Sky Sports, which isn’t really needs because they’ve been consistent on that all season.
Not sure why being reported as breaking news that MUFC are supporting OGS. Whether you agree or not, club have been consistent with that.
— Andy Mitten (@AndyMitten) January 23, 2020
Solskjaer know that his time as United manager will come to an end if results don’t improve, and that’s not going to happen unless the club dips into the transfer market this month.
Goldstein is brilliant on talkSPORT. He presents himself well as a United fan on air and says it how it is.
What the Glazers don’t understand is when they eventually go, the fans left will be left to pick up the pieces. A football club is nothing without fans and we’re going nowhere.
It’s time Woodward wakes up and finally gives the manager the support he needs to rebuild the team, like the club wants you to believe.