Manchester United legend, Peter Schmeichel, has said that the club needs to make some reinforcements after their 1-0 loss to Arsenal last weekend.
The Red Devils were beaten at Old Trafford by a Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang penalty, after a foul by Paul Pogba, to condemn the team to their third loss in 6 matches.
United brought in players like Alex Telles, Edinson Cavani and Donny van de Beek during the summer transfer window. But Schmeichel believes there’s need for more players to be brought in, in January.
He said on beIN Sports, “They are inconsistent.
“They still need to bring new players in. It’s still a team that needs to find its identity and to find the main characters of the team. That was evident (in the Arsenal defeat).
“It was very hard to see what we were trying to do. I have to say, it was made fairly easy for Arsenal. It’s something that needs to be worked at. I still think we’re trying to recover from the 27 years of one manager (Sir Alex Ferguson) and finding a new identity.”
United are 15th in the Premier League, after 6 matches, and have just 7 points, from a possible 18.