“It doesn’t make sense” – former Man Utd player slams club’s recruitment

Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Ince has slammed the club over their recruitment policy, claiming that Solskjaer’s side needs ‘three of four’ more world-class signings before they can compete for the Premier League title.

Despite finishing second in the league last season, the former Manchester and Liverpool player says that more players, in addition to Jadon Sancho, are needed to bridge the gap to Manchester City.

Ince, who left the club in 1995, also slammed the club over its recruitment policy, underlining the decision to bring Donny van de Beek to Old Trafford last year.

“United still need three or four more quality signings to be title contenders,” Ince told PaddyPower, via The Sun. “They need another centre back and a world-class central midfielder, and they must be top players.

Ince is often a critical figure in his analysis of Manchester United but his latest comments will not come as a surprise to many supporters, with the club’s recruitment history before Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over speaking for itself.
The Norwegian boss has revolutionised the club since he took over in 2018 and is entitled to take credit for a change in mentality at board level and on the pitch.
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One response to ““It doesn’t make sense” – former Man Utd player slams club’s recruitment”

  1. E Fisher says:

    Sadly Paul Ince always gives negative comments on Utd, considering his abject attempts at club management maybe he should just stay quiet.