Former Manchester United captain Gary Neville has stated that United are not far away from contending and also winning another Premier league title.
He has urged the club to stay true and patient to its ambitions.
Speaking to Sky Sports, the iconic full-back said: “United have to build block by block and wait a bit. They have to make sure they make the right decisions because every time you have a bad transfer window it takes two to unravel it. This summer has been solid, if not spectacular, in the market.”
“It’s a case of can United get a couple more signings in January and then two or three next summer and slowly rebuild what they want here, which is a team of players who want to be at the club and are committed and motivated and have the quality to challenge for the title.
“It’s never too far away. Pep Guardiola will leave Manchester City in the next few seasons, Jurgen Klopp might lose Mohamed Salah or another key player and then all of a sudden you have to be ready to step in and challenge if it’s there to challenge for.”