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Gary Neville says Manchester United failed to sign the players they needed this summer

Former Manchester United captain Gary Neville believes Erik ten Hag needed to sign Harry Kane and Declan Rice in order to compete for the Premier League title this season.

Both Kane and Rice were on United's shortlist of targets at one time or another and both left their clubs this summer. However, Kane was sold to Bayern Munich while Rice joined Arsenal.

After missing out on the Englishmen, Ten Hag turned his attention to other targets with the likes of; Rasmus Hojlund, Sofyan Amrabat, Andre Onana and Mason Mount joining in the window. In total, the Reds brought in seven fresh faces either on loan or permanently.

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On his own podcast for Sky Sports, Neville claimed United needed to add other talent to their squad if they wished for a title challenge this summer. He explained: "I was worried at the start of the season.

"There was this feeling Manchester United had got their business done early in the transfer window and that was good, but I was concerned the players they had brought in wouldn't improve them from last season. I never thought for one second they would challenge Manchester City and Arsenal from the players they brought in.

"That would have needed a Harry Kane-type signing or Declan Rice, as an example. They didn't have the money to do those types of signings.

"They're not very good at the moment. There's no hysteria. I went to the Brighton game as a fan thinking: 'Could I be surprised?'

"You're always optimistic. I have never walked over that forecourt at Old Trafford and not been optimistic because that's the job of a football fan going to any ground where you support your team.