Former Manchester United assistant manager Carlos Queiroz has questioned the club’s transfer policy, saying they are ‘panic buying’.
Manchester United spent a whopping £108.1m on new recruits this summer, with the biggest outlay going on teenager Anthony Martial who scored just a measly 11 goals in the French Ligue 1 for Monaco last season
Queiroz while speaking to The Guardian said
“A club like Manchester, with its financial capabilities, the results must be there immediately,
“But we also want to see the players shining. Great players like (George) Best, (Paul) Scholes, (Ryan) Giggs, (Roy) Keane, (Ruud) Van Nistelrooy – where are they? Where are the stars of Manchester United?
“It was always about creating players. Now it is the opposite. And even some of the players that arrived in the team like (Radamel) Falcao and (Angel) Di Maria were on the bench. I saw Di Maria in some games, and he looked like he has never played football.
“There is panic buying. You have to prepare and then make the decisions together. You can still make wrong decisions, but we never made panic decisions when buying players.”