Manchester United’s owners must invest to make the club attractive to potential signings amid a reported battle with Brentford to sign Christian Eriksen.
This is a message from the great United Gary Neville, who is frustrated with the way the Glazer family is running the team.
Eriksen is said to be considering a move between Brentford and United, which may seem strange given the way clubs are different.
The gift from Manchester United is reported to be of great financial value, but the Danish midfielder could have restored the faith shown to him by Thomas Frank, who gave him the opportunity to show his resilience – and quality – more than six months after Eriksen’s fall. at the stadium at Euro 2020 due to a heart problem.
Eriksen scored once and helped four goals in 11 Premier League games to help Brentford maintain his top flight status, joining the Bees in January after being released from Inter due to a Serie A decision barring players from wearing a cardioverter-defibrillator.
The 30-year-old also created 30 chances following his Brentford bow in February, with only Martin Odegaard (38) and Kevin De Bruyne (42) giving them more chances in the Premier League at the time.
As Erik ten Hag looks to rebuild United, Neville has urged the Glazers to invest in the club to re-apply for transfer purposes.
“That’s why the benefits should be temporary,” Neville wrote on Twitter in response to recent reports that Eriksen was still adjusting his mind.
“Every cent should go back to the club until it is attractive again, the club has become a graveyard of players.
“It is customary for owners to take out cash from a poor business venture.”
Jurrien Timber and Antony have also been linked with a reunion with former Ajax coach Ten Hag, but Christopher Nkunku will not join United after signing a contract with RB Leipzig.