Gary Neville believes that Manchester United may need to inject some new blood in the team, to make us more competitive as a team.
United strengthened in the summer, bringing in the likes of Raphael Varane, Jadon Sancho and Cristiano Ronaldo, but the team has struggled this season.
United’s problems have mostly been about the inability of the players to feel motivated to play for the club, and Neville suggests that getting a good manager, who can help harness the talents in the team is exactly what we need.
United have also struggled defensively, having conceded very poor goals, and the one player that has been criticised often this term is Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
According to Neville, getting one midfielder could do us some good, while the club also gets some competition for Wan-Bissaka.
He told Sky Sports, “I’m not saying Manchester United don’t need strengthening in a few areas but this is a very good group of players who should be able to achieve a lot.
“They are so talented, there’s a lot of youth, but they need someone to come in who is able to harness them, bring them together as a group, get them to believe in a way of playing and get some results before the end of the season.
“At the end of the season, I would imagine Manchester United are going to appoint a brand-new manager, and he will have to take them forward.
“But I don’t think Manchester United need upheaval in the dressing room.
“They maybe need strengthening in central midfield, you could argue there is a right-back issue developing and Aaron Wan-Bissaka needs some competition.
“But, other than that, I would say if Manchester United could get the players they have got fit on the pitch, they will have a great chance of winning a lot of football matches.”