Manchester United Chief Executive Officer, Ed Woodward has admitted difficulty in signing multiple players and added that the club is at risk if they fail to extend players' contracts.
Woodward has come under fire for handing contract extensions to Marcos Rojo, Phil Jones, and Chris Smalling within the last two years and failing to offer a new contract to Ander Herrera.
United completed three signings last summer after roping in Harry Maguire, Daniel James, and Aaron Wan-Bissaka but failed to get a center-forward.
In an interview with United We Stand, Woodward sent a message to United fans about signings, "It’s a multi-year squad evolution analysis. It’s hard enough to get three players done in a transfer window.
"To get six or seven done is extremely difficult if you are getting proper talent. If you choose to churn every player because they are not good enough and you’re not extending contracts, you are putting yourself at risk of execution. Sometimes you have to take a broader view."
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