Manchester United’s miserable season came to an end this weekend with a terrible 2-0 loss at home to Cardiff City.
The Red Devils finished their campaign under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in fitting fashion to sum up their entire campaign, and there is now a long summer ahead for the club as they look to overhaul a squad which is in desperate need of change.
Manager Solskjaer will no doubt have a clear picture of what he wants to do over the summer, and it’s clear that certain players will need to be moved on while new faces will be a must at the club too.
One man who has been linked with a move to the club this weekend is Everton midfielder Idrissa Gueye, who has been in fine form for the Toffees this season as he has cemented his place as a key name on the first XI team sheet.
However, here in the Tavern, we feel this is another example of a signing which just does not do enough for United, and Gueye is a player who the club should not be looking to shell out the reported £40m on.
While Gueye has proved himself a capable midfield player in the top flight, he is hardly of the quality to drive United forward into a new era, and at 29, doesn’t exactly have time on his side in terms of development and improvement.
United need either proven world class talent or younger players who will g develop into valuable assets for the club. Sadly for Gueye, he doesn’t quite fit this mould and is someone who should be avoided by United in an ideal world.