Gary Neville reveals he won’t be happy until this happens

Gary Neville reveals he won’t be happy until this happens

Former Manchester United man Gary Neville has insisted he doesn’t want any uncommitted players to remain at the club regardless of who they are.

The former club captain has gotten into a war of words of sorts with Romelu Lukaku after his departure to Inter Milan.

The prolific Belgian opted to cut his time short with United after admitting to feeling undervalued and Neville appears to be pleased. with the decision.

The majority of fans were fine with selling Lukaku but were unhappy with the lack of a replacement and Alexis Sanchez’s departure didn’t help either.

Neville has reiterated Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s words of only wanting players at the club who wish to be there and here he discusses the former Everton man’s sale.

Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood will be heavily relied upon to come up with the goods this season and so far they’ve done ok.

Bigger tests are on the horizon but it’s fair to say they’ve started well so far and there’s hope they can continue.

Rashford was heavily criticised for missing a host of chances during the disappointing 1-1 draw with 10-man Southampton but has otherwise grabbed two goals and one assist in the four matches played so far.

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