Neville discusses Man United’s problems after Brentford humiliated them 4-0 in the English Premier League.

Gary Neville, a legend of Manchester United, has cited the organization’s lack of a recruitment strategy as the cause of the club’s dismal performance.

A week after losing to Brighton, Manchester United was thrashed by Brentford 4-0 on Saturday.

With no points from their first two games, the Red Devils are currently at the bottom of the Premier League standings.

Mathias Jensen, Ben Mee, and Bryan Mbeumo all scored goals to ensure that the Bees defeated the Red Devils by a score of three to one.

“Every team has a plan, and Manchester United’s this summer seems to have been to solely look at the Dutch league or players who have worked with Ten Hag,” Gary Neville stated on Sky Sports.

That is not an approach. No, you can’t. That occurred 15 years ago. You must have a unique, autonomous recruitment approach where you have players recognised, have worked with agents, and are aware of newcomers.

“You always try to win over the manager, but Frenkie de Jong, who he does have a good connection with, he can’t get in with.”