Former Manchester United defender, Gary Neville, is ‘worried’ that the club are falling further behind their rivals in the league.
The worries came following the Red Devils failure to sign even a single player since the resumption of the transfer window.
While Manchester City and Liverpool have signed at least two top stars each, the Red Devils are still struggling to convince players to come to Old Trafford.
City and Liverpool have signed Erling Haaland and Darwin Nunez, respectively, but United are yet to dip into the market.
Erik ten Hag wants to strengthen his squad in several positions and will have more than £100m to spend on new additions.
Manchester United want to bring in Frenkie de Jong from Barcelona and Ajax defender, Jurrien Timber, but both deals have seemingly stalled.
Neville is concerned that completing deals later in the transfer window will make it harder for the new manager to achieve success next season.
“I know it’s early in the window but it’s worrying that United are struggling to get business done,” he posted on Twitter.
“The others seem set and ready, yet United can’t get moving. Erik ten Hag needs his group together asap to mould them.
“Bringing them in late will only make it harder for him! Fingers crossed it happens soon!”