Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has to sign a new striker and one midfielder in January, according to Gary Neville.
He believes fellow club legend, Ole has to send some money to get his backfiring again in the new year.
Gary thinks the Norwegian needs to strengthen his squad in 2020 if he wants to silence speculations over his future.
His words, “Ole needs to spend the owners’ money in January,”
“He is doing what I call a ‘pure job’. He is essentially clearing out Van Gaal and Mourinho’s players and tried to bring in players who were young and British in the summer, with Daniel James, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Harry Maguire.
“But these players are not mature enough, they haven’t got enough experience or quality in the squad and they’re suffering badly. They’re well short in terms of investment and quality. Ole doesn’t want to just be clearing the decks for other people to come in and benefit, he needs to make sure he benefits from it.
“And so he needs to spend the money and be ruthless with the board. It takes a lot for me to say these things publicly because I’m so connected to the club, but he needs to spend their money and he needs to spend it well.
“I would say he needs a couple of midfield players and he needs a striker – that’s essential. A minimum of a midfield player and striker in January. He needs to line up two or three experienced players, because their current players are struggling on the pitch without guidance. They really are struggling, they need support out there.
“You look at James, Mason Greenwood, Scott McTominay, Andreas Pereira, Marcus Rashford, they all need experience alongside them. There’s no doubt they’re giving their all, but without some guidance, it’s just really difficult.”
“I do fear for them tonight, to be honest,” he added. “I fear for them against Tottenham and I fear for them against Manchester City on Saturday.
“That’s not just me being negative; I’ve watched every United game over this last month and if you watch Man United you know it’s going to be a massive struggle for them to beat quality teams. I do fear for Ole.”