“..More money than good player in the summer” – Arsene Wenger warns Man United
Wenger sends warning to Manchester United over summer rebuild.
The former Arsenal boss believes it will be difficult to secure top players in a highly competitive market.
Arsene Wenger says Manchester United have “a big job to do” as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looks to bolster his squad this summer.
The Red Devils dropped two points against Chelsea on Sunday, having taken the lead through Juan Mata’s strike, after David de Gea spilled Antonio Rudiger’s shot to allow Marcos Alonso to equalise.
United are now without a win in their last four games and are expected to make a number of signings this summer transfer window as Solskjaer looks to put his own mark on the team.
But Wenger has warned it will be difficult to secure new names, telling beIN Sports:
“They spent a lot of money. They still have a lot of money, but they have a big job to do.
“What will be interesting in the summer for me is that you have many big clubs who will be out to buy players and I think there will be more money than good players on the market so it will not be easy to get it right.
“Because you will have Real Madrid out there, you will have Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain, Man Utd, Arsenal and Chelsea out there on the market, so there is more money than good players. And that will be the big problem for all the big clubs.”