Gordon Hill has told talkSPORT that Manchester United spending £200million on players this summer will not automatically turn around their fortunes.
A dismal first season under new boss David Moyes sunk to a new low this week with a 2-0 defeat to Olympiakos in the Champions League, leading to suggestions the beleaguered Scot will be given a huge transfer warchest to work with when the season is over.
But the former Red Devils winger believes spending big will not sort out all the club's problems and pointed to how it has already cost a combined £64.5m to land Marouane Fellaini and Juan Mata, neither of whom have impressed yet.
"We’ve seen two players [arrive] in Fellaini and Mata. Fellaini is never a Man United player and Juan Mata is being played all over the place, he’s a shadow of what he saw at Chelsea," he told Extra Time.
"It’s frightening that’s £75m [sic] and then we’re left with £125m. That would give us four players at that price. We’ve got no chance with that especial...