Gary Neville believes Manchester United will need at least another two years with changes needed at the club in order to withstand any chance of a competing and winning the Premier League.
United, who have had not finished at the top of the table since 2013, look well away from having a squad capable of beating Manchester City and Liverpool to silverware next season, with only one signing arriving at Old Trafford so far this summer.
Reports of a rebuild at United have been widely reported, but to what extent of a rebuild the club are pursuing is unknown. The search for a Director of Football has gone quiet, meaning Ed Woodward will withhold the power of recruiting players and the strategy of signing young, British players may have to be put on hold given Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku both now want out.
And Neville believes it will be another two underwhelming seasons at United with the conditions not right to be crowned champions under Ole Gunnar Solskjær just yet. As quoted by German outlet BILD, the 44-year-old said: “There has to be a lot of change here. With the exchange of some players, it is not done. It will not be possible for United to be champions for the next two years.”
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