'Manchester United took a 2-3 New Players in Summer'

Manchester – Manchester United had performed brilliantly, before slipping again in the last three Premier League party. Ex penggawa ‘Red Devils’, Dwight Yorke, assess the problem can only be resolved in the transfer market.

Difficult start to the season, Manchester United in the process had advanced into the middle of the campaign is stable enough. They had just swallowed two defeats and four draws in 22 games since 8 November through April 12th.

The pace of the process to deliver them into the top four standings. However, recently the pace of MU back haltingly. They defeat in the last three games in a row.

After the defeat of Chelsea and Everton on Saturday (05/02/2015) pm last night, they returned swallow the bitter results when defeated West Bromwich Albion 0-1. Yorke assess this problem will be resolved with the expenditure required player Louis van Gaal in the exchange this summer.

“It would take several million (to be successful), that’s for sure. Can you give related labels how much money they spend to make the team better?” said Yorke told Sky Sports.

“They have spent 150 million pounds and Have a team developing? Yes, a little. I would think that he obviously needed to bring two or three new players and I am sure he (Van Gaal) to know what type of player,” added the former Manchester United striker.

MU this season had been poured no less than 145.7 million pounds to buy five players. They are Ander Herrera, Luke Shaw, Marcos Rojo, Angel Di Maria, and Daley Blind. While Radamel Falcao is also brought in on loan from AS Monaco.