Even though Manchester United recently confirmed two major signings, Dwight Yorke believes that they are not going to stop here as they could be looking at another seven more additions, Express reports.
Having already spent about £60 million on acquiring the services of Ander Herrera and Luke Shaw, United are looking to continue their spending spree in order to avoid last minute signings, much like the arrival of Marouane Fellaini the previous season.
Yorke, who had an amazing career at United and was part of the squad that won the 1999 treble, admits to seeing Louis van Gaal’s intent in building a championship winning side.
“They need to bring in players, they need to add to the squad,” Yorke told Sky Sports.
“They are probably looking to bring in another seven players into the squad, so with Van Gaal on international duty, his team are doing extremely well.
“He will have one eye in terms of the players he wants to bring in.
“You see in the spending power United have. At this point, they have spent £60m on two players. That is a clear indication of the intent that is there.
“They would have felt miserable last season not getting the players in and I don’t think they want to make those type of mistakes again so that is why they are getting in them as quickly as possible.”