Gary Neville worried about "struggling" Man Utd in transfer window

Gary Neville has been left worried about the transfer dealings at Manchester United after Manchester City and Liverpool secured blockbuster deals for Erling Haaland and Darwin Nunez respectively.

The Red Devils are yet to make a notable move in the market following the arrival of Erik ten Hag with links to Frenkie de Jong cooling despite the funds made available by the departure of Paul Pogba.

United slumped to a sixth-place finish in the table last season with both Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Ralf Rangnick underachieving before Ten Hag was unveiled as their new manager in May, but he is yet to be handed his first signing.

After seeing Liverpool sign Nunez for a fee that could rise to £85million and City sign Haaland for £51.2m, United hero Neville is already feeling uneasy.

He wrote on Twitter: "I know early in the window but it’s worrying that United are struggling to get business done.

"The others seem set and ready yet United can’t get moving. ETH (Erik ten Hag) needs his group together asap to mould them.

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"Bringing them in late will only make it harder for him! Fingers crossed it happens soon!"

United are set to return to pre-season on June 27 with fears that their new boss won't be able to implement a change that would match his preparations at Ajax.

Ten Hag is said to want his players back for pre-season two weeks early in a bid to boost their dire need for major silverware next season.

The Dutchman said when asked if players needed to impress him: "That is what I expect. I have high expectations from myself and that is also what I demand from my squad.

"They have to co-operate together and they have to give every day their best. And I would say, for me, good is not good enough. We have to do better."

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