English Premier League outfit Man United have been told not to expect to win a trophy anytime soon because they still have a big job to do.
This is according to Graeme Souness who gave his reaction to the Red Devil’s defeat against Barcelona in the Champions League quarterfinals.
Man United were defeated 3-0 with two goals coming from Argentina international Lionel Messi which means they will have to wait until next season to be able to play a European competition.
Although, the Red Devils are in the risk of missing out of the Champions League next season as they face competition from Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham for the top-four slot and will have to achieve that before returning next season.
Graeme Souness stated that the Ole Gunnar Solskjaer team is not ready to land any major title this season as they will have to wait for some years because of the need to fix the team ahead of the coming challenge.
He noted that there is a need to engage in the coming summer transfer window and do some big deals if they must compete for titles because a majority of the team will not be able to meet up with the demands for titles.