United fans are saying the same thing after Real Madrid concludes signing of five players

The ‘Manchester United drama’ as it is commonly known seems not to be ending soon even after the end of a frankly pathetic season 2018-19 as the drama intensifies in this summer.

As it stands, United fans seem to be disgusted with their management and they have proceeded with their troll on social media regarding how the board is handling the transfer.

United have had a poor run since the former manager Sir Alex Ferguson retired from football management at the end of the 2012-13 season.

Since then the Red Devils have had four managers; Luis Van Gaal, David Moyes, Jose Mourinho and now Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

After the poor spell in the last season, which saw United change manager in the course of the season, the new manager Solskjaer promised a major revamp of the whole squad this summer.

Unfortunately, the players that have been on United’s radar including Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho have declined a move to Old Trafford while Ajax refused to release their goalkeeper Andre Onana to United.

So far, since the summer was opened, the Red Devils have managed to sign only one player Daniel James from Swansea City for a transfer fee of 15 million pounds.

Just like Manchester United, Real Madrid had a pathetic spell in the season 2018-19. For that reason, the manager Zinedine Zidane also spoke of bringing new faces to Bernabeu to help the club regain its face.

To this moment, the Los Blancos have managed to sign 5 sensational players for a total whopping fee of 312 million pounds.

With the same problem last season and Real Madrid have signed five players yet Manchester United have only signed one player, United fans have not taken it lightly.

Fans have expressed their anger to the CEO Ed Woodward with some threatening to stop supporting the club next season.

Man United, therefore, must be more aggressive if they want to experience some change in their squad next season if they want to reclaim their glory and improve their standings in the Premier League table.

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