By Luke Augustus for MailOnline
Published: 00:28 BST, 8 September 2020 | Updated: 08:51 BST, 8 September 2020
Manchester United legend Gary Neville has urged the club to move on from the Jadon Sancho transfer saga and criticised their recruitment ploys in the market.
Despite only qualifying for the Champions League on the final day of the Premier League last season, the Red Devils have so far only bolstered their squad with the £40million addition of midfielder Donny van de Beek from Ajax.
Van de Beek’s arrival last week pales in insignificance to United’s top-four rivals who have all invested heavier into their squads – bar champions Liverpool.
Gary Neville (above) has ordered Manchester United to give up on signing Jadon Sancho
The Red Devils have made 20-year-old Sancho (above) their top transfer priority this summer
This is highlighted by Chelsea, who finished below United on goal difference last term, who have spent more than £230m on six players so far.
With United’s 2020-21 campaign starting on September 19, at home to Crystal Palace, Neville believes his former side will only have themselves to blame if they fail to add anymore new faces before the transfer window shuts on October 5.
However, he has warned them not to be taken for a ride in terms of paying over the odds for certain targets.
Neville hopes United aren't taken for a ride by Dortmund's valuation for