Former Manchester United attacker Dwight Yorke has voiced his dissatisfaction with the club’s transfer decisions, particularly expressing regret over missing the opportunity to sign Arsenal’s Kieran Tierney.
Despite making summer signings such as Mason Mount, Andre Onana, Rasmus Hojlund, and Sofyan Amrabat, Manchester United has faced a mixed start to the new Premier League season, including defeats against Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.
“I’m not really happy with Man United’s transfer window business,” Yorke told Genting Casino.
“When you look at where Man United are as a team, we have signed names that won’t get people too excited. I think we missed the boat with Kieran Tierney, as I like his energy despite his injury issues.
“We’ve finally signed a traditional striker, but I think the manager trusts the players he has, and he has to make the most of it. I assume he is happy with the squad, and it will be interesting to see what happens.”