Manchester United won 2-0 away against Leicester in a key game in round 38 Premier League. This victory helped them secure the 3rd place in the standings and won the right to attend the Champions League next season. Whatever 3rd but poor MU Liverpool and Manchester City respectively to 33 and 15 points, and Neville said that "Reds" need to invest wisely in the 2020 summer transfer market.
Solskjaer has had a relatively successful campaign
MU Neville warned not to commit the mistakes in the transfer in 2018 under Mourinho. "Today is a special day for Ole characteristics," Neville told Sky Sports. "It will give him a little peace. MU can now play in a different way. In the first 6 months of him, Manchester United play football pretty basic.
With Greenwood and Fernandes, watch out they can win the game in other ways. They need to add another star. The last time they finished in the top four is under Jose Mourinho. They spend 170 million pounds while but did not bring about results. They need to invest again and do it right this time, in order to narrow the gap with Liverpool and Manchester City.
They need to upgrade 11 major rock players. Said this is not the primary rock breaking chassis today. The problem is they have to put on the players really want to play for the team. MU recently really have not done that. Ole seems to have brought that feeling in the past 12 months. It shows the effect. "
In the past season, MU 4 additions include Harry Maguire, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Daniel James and Fernandes. In this summer, "Red Devils" are contacting Jadon Sancho young talents of Dortmund, however prices require up to 100 million pounds of this player can be a hindrance.
In another development, talk about the victory over Leicester, Solsa said: "We had ups and downs. This is an amazing feat of all. We want to learn to win games this way, the game can determine the fate.
We had little tired, exhausted. Anyone can see that. We no longer himself as a short time before, but we must move forward to achieve it and finally succeeded. "