Dwight Yorke disappointed because Manchester United did not sign one player

‘I’m not really happy with Man United’s transfer window business.'

by Sead Dedovic
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Dwight Yorke disappointed because Manchester United did not sign one player
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Dwight Yorke, the former legend of Manchester United is not satisfied with the summer transfer window and the job of Manchester United. Yorke believes that United has brought in players who are not the reinforcements that this club needs at the moment.

Kieran Tierney is one of the players that Yorke especially respects and appreciates. United needs reinforcements at right back and left back. ‘I’m not really happy with Man United’s transfer window business.

When you look at where Man United are as a team, we’ve signed names that won’t get people too excited.'
In addition to Tierney, whom he likes, Yorke believes that Hojlund is the striker that United needed.

Already in the match against Arsenal, it was clear that the Dane has the necessary strength, speed, and skill to play in this kind of club. Although many were skeptical about him, it seems that Hojlund will soon deny them.


‘I think we missed the boat with Kieran Tierney as I like his energy, despite his injury issues. We’ve finally signed a traditional striker, but I think the manager trusts the players he has and he has to make the most of it.

I assume he’s happy with the squad, and it’ll be interesting to see what happens.'

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One of the players United has been linked with recently is Evan Ferguson. This Brighton striker showed at the start of the season that he is a great player.

Manchester United cannot rely only on Hojlund. They need a striker like Ferguson. Anthony Martial disappointed already at the beginning of the season, and the question is when this Frenchman will leave the club. United are also looking for a right winger, given that Antony has been accused of physical violence and has been removed from the team. El-Ghazi could be a new reinforcement for United, given that he is currently a free agent.

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