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United fans take to social media to express discontent

Manchester United fans, unhappy with the club’s transfer business, have taken to social media to express their discontent.

Over the summer the club spent £140 million on new signings in the form of Harry Maguire, Daniel James, and full-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka. They have also managed to hold on to Paul Pogba and David de Gear.

However, they sold Romello Lukach to Inter Milan without signing a replacement, with a deal for Mario Mandžukić of Juventus falling through at the last minute because of the Croatia striker’s wage demands, and the asking price set by the Serie A champions.

In particular, supporters are unhappy about the failure to conclude a deal for Sporting Lisbon captain, Bruno Fernandes, despite being linked with the midfielder all summer.

An online Twitter campaign with the handle #woodwardOut – calling for executive vice chairman Ed Woodward to stand down – was trending in the UK on Thursday, attracting more than 50,000 tweets.

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