Danny Murphy Poses Serious Transfer Questions To Solskjaer And Woodward

Manchester United brought in three first team players during the summer transfer window, as the squad was strengthened with the signings of Daniel James, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and centre-back Harry Maguire.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side has struggled this season especially in attack, and former Liverpool midfielder Danny Murphy has criticised the club for letting go of Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez.

“Some serious questions need to be asked on how United let both Lukaku and Sanchez leave without being replaced,” Murphy told Sportingbet.  

“There’s next to no strength and depth at the club, so there’s not much they can change. The pressure is starting to pile up on a select few players to deliver and that pressure increase after every loss.

“There’s next to no strength and depth at the club, so there’s not much they can change. The pressure is starting to pile up on a select few players to deliver and that pressure increase after every loss.

“It was a big mistake letting Sanchez leave. He hadn’t had a great time at Utd, but I feel Mourinho played a big part in that and this could have been a fresh season for him.

“He’s not a player that had to prove himself, everyone is aware what he can deliver when firing on all cylinders.

“In these situations, you need to have your experienced players in the changing room and Utd have lost two big figures in Sanchez and Lukaku, without replacing them.”

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