Gary Neville has urged Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal to resolve problems at “both ends of the pitch” before the end of transfer deadline at 6pm on Tuesday.
Dutch manager Louis van Gaal’s side squandered a lead to slip up 2-1 at Swansea on Sunday – the third time in a row that they have suffered defeat to the south Wales side.
“They won’t just wake up and think, ‘Oh, we’ve lost a game, we’re going to panic and sign four players’ – they’ve probably always wanted to bring in players – but watching them, they need players,” Neville said.
“They need to sort the goalkeeping situation out. That is a big problem. If De Gea leaves and they don’t get another goalkeeper in.