Manchester United hero Gary Neville has taken aim at the club's board over an 'appalling' transfer window.
The Red Devils have suffered a tricky summer, missing out on a number of top targets and being slow to act when it comes to securing new arrivals.
Ed Woodward is under pressure to deliver a number of deals before the October 5 transfer deadline.
And Old Trafford legend Neville has gone public to insist he wants three players in this week to save the summer window.
"It’s appalling that in this market which is probably the easiest in PL history to get transfers done that United haven’t done more yet!" he tweeted.
"They must get Ole a CB , LB and Forward pre deadline!
"The others are managing to get things over the line why not United!"
United continue to seek a deal for Jadon Sancho, who has been the top target for the club this summer.
Luka Jovic, Edinson Cavani and Ousmane Dembele are other attacking targets being chased.
At the back, Alex Telles could be through the door as negotiations with Porto continue.
But it is unlikely a new central defender will be brought in, as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer prepares to stick with Harry Maguire, Eric Bailly and Victor Lindelof.
Speaking earlier this month, Neville again urged the board to get a move on.
"That first-half won't have settled down the Man United fans who have been demanding more activity in the transfer market," the former United defender said.
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"It's not happened yet. The club just don't seem able to get things done quickly enough or efficiently enough.
"They need a centre-back, they need a left-back and they need a forward-striker.
"Without them, Man United are not going to close the gap. Chelsea have acted and Liverpool are acting – they are already stronger."
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