Gary Neville sends Manchester United summer transfer plan, when speaking to SkySports.
After a shocking display at Wembley against Chelsea in the FA Cup semi final last weekend, United ended their domestic season on a high by beating Leicester City to secure third place in the Premier League.
It was a massive victory for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side and most importantly secured Champions League football returned to Old Trafford next season.
Fans will know that will mean the Red Devils can attract a higher calibre of player this season as they desperately try to close the gap on their nearest rivals Manchester City and Liverpool.
United legend Gary Neville shared his thoughts on how his old club should approach this summer’s window.
He said: “I think Man Utd are a side that in the last few games, when you play that first-team, that first 11, for a week or two, it starts to get fatigued.
“They were absolutely done with 20 minutes to go on that pitch. That demonstrates they need more players.
Adding: “The last time United finished in the top three was under Jose Mourinho and they spent £170m that summer and obviously didn’t invest it as wisely as they have done in this last year.
“United need to invest that money again, but do it correctly this time to get anywhere near Liverpool or City. That squad does need improving, the team needs improving but I think for Ole, it’s a big, big day.”