Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock aims a dig at Manchester United
Ahead of their final English Premier League fixture at Old Trafford on Sunday 12th May, Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock has taken aim at Manchester United, claiming they have wasted money on transfers.
Cardiff City have already been relegated from the Premier League after last week's defeat to Crystal Palace and will face United this Sunday in what is being billed as a dead rubber with both teams having nothing to play for other than pride. Proper recruitment has been United's Achilles heel, spending £686.7million on 26 additions since Sir Alex Ferguson left the club.
Speaking in a press conference ahead of the United clash, Warnock claimed that the Red Devils have squandered money on their transfers, "He will be judged on the signings he makes and how much money they spend, because they have wasted a lot of money. I was listening to David Moyes last week at some stage... are they any better off than when David was there? And they've spent about £400m since then.
"You've got to have a structure where you try and sign the best players that can be available for your job to actually move the club forward. It does seem that over the past few years, I'm not sure how much thought has gone into some of the signings."