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Here's how Man Utd spent £1.4bn and achieved nothing in ten years

By Harry Smith

Here's how Man Utd spent £1.4bn and achieved nothing in ten years

The Red Devils have been wrong on more than one occasion to sign players who don't produce.

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Man Utd is a team that consistently ranks among the biggest spenders on transfers, with the last ten years estimated to have seen an amount approaching £1.4 billion in reinforcements over the last few years. There have undoubtedly been players who have not really proved to be worth what the club paid for them.

The €1.4 billion plus represents the club's last ten seasons, in which the team has been considered to have been in crisis. The titles in this time span are: two Community Shields (2014, 2017), Capital One Cup (2017), FA Cup (2016) and the Europa League (2017).

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It is a record well below the expectations of a club that spends a lot of money on signing players who do not perform on the pitch, it is very difficult for fans of the team to see how city rivals Manchester City have won 5 Premier League titles in this time span. And in addition, Chelsea and Liverpool the Champions League.

The project with Erik ten Hag is one of the most supported, in addition, publicly there is the full support of the directors towards the Dutch coach who has become controversial for benching players like Harry Maguire, or Cristiano Ronaldo who missed the recent pre-season to force his departure that did not happen.

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The demand of the fans is maximum, as they come from a season where nothing relevant was obtained, even being out of the Champions League in this edition. The project with Erik ten Hag excites many fans, but on more than one previous occasion they have been disappointed with other projects, they will not be overconfident.

 

 


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