Former Manchester United manager David Moyes who was successor to legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson, has blasted the club about our transfer policy.
The club has spent a whopping £650m since Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement in 2013, and success on the pitch has been far abs between.
In an interview to the Mirror, the Scot who lasted just 10 months at the club had this to say:
“For a while, it would be difficult to know what direction United have gone in,” he said. “Whether they have been signing players for marketing, which they are fantastic at, or whether it has been signing players for on the pitch, I am not quite sure.
“What Manchester United had was great values and class. Manchester United’s values weren’t always to buy the most expensive players but to do it their way which was bringing in the boys from the academy and picking up the best young players.
“Now and again there would be a sprinkling of stardust, like an Eric Cantona, or someone who they signed to make the difference, like Robin van Persie. I never thought they were a club who thought it was all about spending the money, but if they needed to, they could.”