Tuesday 15 March 2016

Bryan Robson Questions Manchester United's Transfer Policy

Manchester United legend Bryan Robson has questioned the club's transfer strategy and decision to sell certain players. Robson, who is one of the club's ambassadors, believes keeping Javier Hernandez, Darren Fletcher and Johnny Evans, who all departed last year, may have protected the squad against any fitness crisis.

Robson said: “I definitely feel the squad could be that little bit stronger. Everybody gets injuries and we've had our fair share, and we've had some real top players injured for a long period of time. When you look at people like Hernandez, Darren Fletcher and Johnny Evans you sometimes say 'well, should we have allowed them to go or kept them in the group to have a more solid squad, if this sort of situation happened? But they haven't, they've gone, and the manager and the coaching staff and the players have just got to do the best they can until the end of the season and see what it gets us

The future of Van Gaal has also remained under intense scrutiny from the press and former players in recent months but Robson agrees a full assessment of his future is needed this summer. He added that “It's okay us ex-players sitting in front of a camera and saying what we would do, but the only thing that matters is what the owners and the board of directors are going to do. Whether that's the manager still being here going into next season, what I will say is, let's get to the end of the season and assess everything that we have and haven't achieved, and then we make those decisions

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