Darren Fletcher has commented that the rebuilding of Manchester United by All Gunnar Souls Joyer has been criticized by some supporters as “short-lived.”
A section of United fans were disappointed with the club’s transfer policy, with only one arrival so far in the summer window.
Donnie van de Beek scored his debut for the Red Devils, but it ended in a 3-1 home defeat to Crystal Palace in their Premier League opener.
Former player Patrick Evra has lashed out at Old Trafford bosses, saying there was an “arrogant” element in their actions in their window.
On a long social media he said: “If we need a player it will cost them $ 20 million and we are trying to buy him for $ 100 million and now those players don’t even need our money.
“A sports director from a great football club called me and asked Judge Matthew to answer the phone.
“The club needs to stop being arrogant. There are some people in the club right now who don’t even respect Sir Alex Ferguson.”
But Evra’s former teammate Fletcher, who appeared as part of Sky Sports’ coverage of the United Carabao Cup clash with Luton, said he was “happy” at the window – as long as SoulsJoyer’s input was credible.
“As long as the board listens and trusts Ole Gunnar Soldier, I’m happy with the transfer market for the next few weeks, whatever,” he said before starting off Kenilworth Road.
Despite losing to the Palace, Soulsjെയർer made 10 changes with the Holters, a clear sign for Fletcher that he would not panic in his quest to rebuild the playing squad.
He added: “Too much [Utd] Fans are short-lived and reactionary. Ole would have chosen this lineup before the Palace game, and he was stuck at gunpoint. All this has been a long time coming for him. ”
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