Manchester United legend, Paul Scholes has questioned the transfer policy of the club after looking at the impact of new signing, Bruno Fernandes - wanting to know why the club hierarchy did not pull out all the stops to sign him last summer.
The Portugese midfielder has enjoyed a brilliant start to life in Manchester following his move from Sporting Lisbon for £68million last month, with the maestro quickly becoming the fulcrum of the side as seen by his creative displays.
Paul Scholes: "What do I like about Bruno? Everything so far. Creativity. His awareness on the pitch. Before the ball comes to him he knows what's around him. He's sensational — you just wonder why nobody else came in for him or why we didn't get him in the summer." #mulive [bt]— utdreport (@utdreport) February 27, 2020
Scholes who is considered to be one of the greatest midfielders in the history of the sport has hailed the impact of Fernandes and has now seemingly criticised the United hierarchy on their inability to bring him to Old Trafford in the summer.
"He's brought a lifeless attacking team to life. You wonder where United would be if they'd signed him in the summer. He's made a team that wasn't all that watchable at times very watchable," he said as quoted by Mirror.
The 25-year-old has already netted two goals for United and manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be hoping that he continues to impress as the Red Devils look to finish in the top-four in the Premier League, while also winning the Europa League this season.