Gary Neville said the Football Show Manchester United is ‘really good’ to launch a league challenge next season in this summer transfer window would offer them a stronger opportunity.
Neville compared the situation of United with the pay deferrals overlooked by some of the largest teams in Europe when the coronavirus took football down around the globe, where teams like Barcelona and Juventus gave their salaries to support their teams to cope up with the financial effects of the pandemic, stated Skysports
“If we hadn’t had this infection, I assume that Man Utd might have been away for two or three years.”
“Where I think there’s a big improvement in keeping them successful is if you were a top player in Europe right now when you have the options of Real Madrid, Barcelona, Juventus, Liverpool, Manchester City, all those teams, Manchester United will actually miss out on those stars because of where they’re in the team’s process.”
“United do continue to sign some pretty high-quality talent, so they’re in a position to thrive in the transfer market this summer. They’re going to be one of the teams who actually hold on to the potential to make more profit, because while in the past they’ve found it challenging to maintain costs so salaries down over the last eight years, they’re going to be in a perfect spot to retain the strength.”
“So I don’t know why it is, but I feel a bit more optimistic about the potential of Manchester United to compete next season only because of what happened, and the fact that before this lockdown they started doing a lot better.”