Manchester United legend Gary Neville has claimed that his former side is lacking consistency and strategy in the recruitment process.

The Old Trafford side have spent more than £550m since Sir Alex Ferguson retired in 2013.

However, the 20-time Premier League champions have only won one Europa League trophy, FA Cup, Community Shield and the EFL Cup.

But former Red Devils captain Neville believes the North West side are lacking strategy in their transfer business.

Neville told Sky Sports: “A lot of money has been spent on that United team. The reality is the recruitment has been poor for four or five years.”

“There has been no consistency, strategy behind the recruitment. You have three or four different managers and different styles of managers’ players in the same squad, where the club should always sign players that fit their profile.”

“And then if the manager leaves, you will always have players who believe in the club system.”

“And at the moment, I do not see that you have a collection of different players from different managers who believe in different things and Jose is trying to work them into a unit and he is finding it very difficult.”

United were beaten 1-0 by Juventus in the Champions League on Tuesday night following their 2-2 Premier League draw with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

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