English Premier League outfit Man United have now learned that the disappointing last season has not affected the club’s image in the transfer window.
Insinuations are that clubs that do not perform well and play outside the UEFA Champions League will not be able to secure big signings as it is suggested that quality players will only seek to identify with performing sides.
Man United legend Gary Neville, therefore, stated that the disappointing last season has nothing to do with the image of the team in the summer window.
According to him, the Red Devils team still has what it takes to attract top-end players, noting that the past six years without legendary manager Alex Ferguson has not proven otherwise.
The Red Devils great stress that United will never move away from being a sensational football club as he argues that difficult times are normal for clubs especially when they lose their best players to other clubs across Europe.
However, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will move into the summer transfer window with a transfer kitty of £100 million.
A number of names have been linked with a move to the Old Trafford and a deal is expected to go down as soon as it is fully opened.