The Reds returned to winning ways on Saturday thanks to Bruno Fernandes&apos late winner at Fulham and they must now build their momentum in Denmark. While the three points were needed, question marks still remain about United&aposs current form and how they are going to rectify things for good.
Sir Jim Ratcliffe&aposs investment in United has not been officially confirmed yet but in MEN Sport&aposs headlines, Gary Neville has outlined what the businessman must do next while Sabitzer has evaluated the Reds&apos current form.
Former United loanee Sabitzer has revealed he looks back fondly at his time at Old Trafford – and thinks injuries and the ongoing ownership saga have both contributed to the club&aposs poor form so far this season.
Sabitzer joined the Reds on January&aposs transfer deadline day. During his time at the club, the Austrian put in some solid performances for United, scoring three goals in 18 appearances from midfield.
At the end of his loan spell, Erik ten Hag opted against signing the 29-year-old permanently with Borussia Dortmund purchasing him for 19m from Bayern Munich. While he did not return to United, Sabitzer still holds fond memories of his time at the club.
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Neville says Ratcliffe must outline how he intends to implement his reported 245m investment into United infrastructure facilities, and especially so regarding Old Trafford.