Evra spoke about Manchester United’s transfer movement which was considered bad

Manchester United legend, Patrice Evra knows exactly why his former club’s transfer movement in recent years has looked bad.

Indeed, the management of Manchester United has often been criticized for their policies in the transfer market. This is because many of the club’s new recruits are not considered to have a significant impact.

Bruno Fernandes and Harry Maguire are examples of successful signings, but there are many other players the Red Devils shouldn’t buy.

Call it Paul Pogba who was redeemed for more than 100 million Euro from Juventus in the summer of 2016. In fact, the French midfielder has struggled to appear consistent until now.

Evra thought that it was because of Matt Judge, Ed Woodward’s right hand man, who was trusted to take care of the player’s wrinkling problem.

“Now my phone is ringing and some of the top club football directors are saying ‘Patrice, can you ask Matt Judge to answer the phone?’,” ”

“Yes, people have to understand that we send representatives to talk to players, and when you send their representatives to talk about numbers, they are not people from the world of football.” Evra said in a video uploaded on social media Facebook.

The most obvious example is the signing of Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal. When Manchester City rejected the offer to sign a Chilean player, Manchester United accepted it with open arms.

“The first Manchester City, he asked for a lot of money, even Guardiola said, ‘I can’t give you that much because I’m going to break the dressing room’.But lucky for Alexis, Manchester United was like,’ here, here, we have money here. ‘, “he added.

Evra firmly said that he was not at all afraid because he said the name Matt Judge. What he wants is that Manchester United can develop and compete again as before.

“It’s easy to say don’t mention names, I don’t care. I sacrificed my life for the success of this club. And that’s why I want the players, staff and management to do their job,” he concluded.

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