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United set maximum spending limit on any player bought this summer, fans won’t be happy – report

Even though Manchester United raised the FA Cup trophy to round off the season on a positive note, it was evident to all that the team had significant difficulties all season long.

The Red Devils’ European journey came to an end before Christmas, as they finished last in the Premier League for the first time ever.

In the Round of 16, the team’s Carabao Cup defence was similarly unsuccessful. Erik ten Hag and the team have not impressed the new co-owners INEOS, who are considering a total makeover.

The main issue is that PSR concerns have finally caught up with the Old Trafford side following years of misguided investments under the Glazers.

Budget cap

Prior to going on a hiring binge, they must concentrate on parting with players and raising money.

Furthermore, they cannot go all out in the market given that the team needs reinforcements all over the pitch, even if they are able to move the club’s high earners.

The attackers struggled to score goals up front, recording the joint-lowest goals among the top-10 clubs in the English premier league, while the defenders gave up 85 goals in all competitions. Regarding the midfielders, it is best to keep quiet.

With plans of recruiting more than one midfielderand center-back as well as a full-back, the budget is likely to be stretched and if Givemesport are to be believed, the 20-time English league champions cannot afford to splurge more than £60 million on one single target.

“Manchester United could make four or five signings in the transfer market this summer but none will exceed the cost of £60 million, transfer insider Dean Jones has informed GIVEMESPORT.

“Perhaps learning from Antony’s signing, the Old Trafford residents don’t want to spend more than £60 million on a sole talent.”

How will INEOS cope?

Over the past ten years, the Brazilian has been one of several bad choices made in the market, and the club may now have to go elsewhere for their top targets.

Players like Michael Olise and Jarrad Branthwaite, who are frequently mentioned, are all anticipated to cost far more than the sum listed above.

Joao Neves and Antonio Silva, two players from other leagues, are all far more expensive than that estimate.

This could imply that, as The Peoples Person indicated, the club is compelled to make trades at reduced prices for players like Joselu or Youssef En-Nesyri.

Already the uncertainty regarding the managerial situation is leading to the club missing out on free agents. INEOS cannot afford to start their first summer window on the backfoot if they are to bring back the club’s glory days.

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