Gary Neville ‘worried’ about Man Utd’s transfer business as he warns club Ten Hag MUST get targets in now

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GARY NEVILLE has admitted Manchester United’s failure to make a signing yet this transfer window is “worrying” him.

The Red Devils released six first-team players this summer but are yet to confirm a new arrival under Erik ten Hag.

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Erik ten Hag is yet to get his first piece of business over the lineGetty

Meanwhile rivals Manchester City and Liverpool have announced the signings of Erling Haaland and Darwin Nunez.

Tottenham are also moving swiftly in the market, with Yves Bissouma set to become Antonio Conte’s third signing of the summer.

Additions are needed at Old Trafford, and while the club remain locked in talks over a move for Frenkie de Jong, the lack of business is becoming a concern for Neville.

The Red Devils legend wrote on his Twitter account: “I know early in the window but it’s worrying that United are struggling to get business done.”

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The former full-back pointed out that the earlier signings are made, the longer Ten Hag has to work with them before the new season gets underway.

Neville continued: “The others seem set and ready yet United can’t get moving. ETH [Erik ten Hag] needs his group together asap to mould them.

“Bringing them in late will only make it harder for him![Fingers crossed] it happens soon!”

As well as De Jong, the Red Devils have been linked with AC Milan midfielder Ismael Bennacer, who reportedly wants out at the San Siro.


Elsewhere an offer has been made for Christian Eriksen, who is a free agent after his short-term deal with Brentford came to an end.

But Neville is keen for much of United’s business to be done before the Ten Hag era gets underway at home to Brighton on August 7.

The Red Devils have been handed a tricky opening month by the Premier League schedulers.

After travelling to Brentford, United face Liverpool, Southampton and Leicester, before hosting Arsenal at the start of September.

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