Gary Neville admits he has two concerns over Manchester United and their summer transfer strategy. United have signed Tyrell Malacia, Christian Eriksen and Lisandro Martinez as recently-appointed manager Erik ten Hag continues to pursue Frenkie de Jong and more targets.
All four aforementioned players were nurtured in Dutch football, before Eriksen and De Jong found success in England and Spain respectively.
However, while it has generally been a positive window for Ten Hag and United amid a wider shake-up behind the scenes, former captain Neville says there is some trepidation from his perspective. READ MORE: Neville gives 'unpalatable' Ronaldo verdict Neville, speaking on the Overlap, in partnership with Sky Bet, said: "I know they've signed Martinez.
There are two things about the transfer market for Manchester United is something that's concerned me; one is the fact that the old fail instinct seems to be there, in terms of not being able to get anything over the line. "I'm also a little bit worried about their reliance upon the Dutch market, because it tells me that the club's strategy and the recruitment department, they wouldn't have been looking at Dutch players if it wasn't for the manager. "Signings from the Dutch league, they can work but they're not as sure a fix as [some] other leagues in Europe.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk