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Gary Neville alarmed by Man Utd's lack of transfer activity

Gary Neville is concerned about Manchester United's lack of activity in the transfer window so far.

The Red Devils have been linked to a number of players in recent weeks but have been unable to complete any signings and Neville is worried that new manager Erik Ten Hag will be playing catch-up due to a lack of new arrivals.

The United legend tweeted: "I know early in the window but it’s worrying that United are struggling to get business done. The others seem set and ready yet United can’t get moving. ETH needs his group together ASAP to mould them. Bringing them in late will only make it harder for him! it happens soon!

Liverpool and Manchester City have already brought in signings in the form of Darwin Nunez and Erling Haaland and Neville suggested that United need new arrivals in both midfield and attack if they are to be successful next season.

The Sky Sports pundit said: "I think, to be honest with you, I don’t know which area needs strengthening fully until we know which players the new manager likes.

"We know the areas they absolutely need to actually strengthen. Central midfield is an absolute necessity. An absolute necessity. Manchester United need midfield players.

"They also need a centre-forward. I know Cristiano Ronaldo is likely to stay and he’s an absolutely brilliant performer, but they need a centre-forward. Centre-forward is a must.

"I think there’ll need to be a wide player, just to beef up the squad, and I think full-backs are absolutely critical in the modern game.

"[There are] four full-backs there, it’ll be interesting to see which two, three or four of those are liked."

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