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5 of Man United’s worst value for money signings of the post-Fergie era

Manchester United have spent almost a decade in decline, the Red Devils have fallen from their status as the Premier League’s dominant force.

Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement brought an end to a sustained period of silverware at Old Trafford, with a succession of managers having since tried and failed to replicate the Scot’s success.

Investment cannot be blamed for the club’s continued failings, however, with the Red Devils remarkably Europe’s leading spenders across the past decade, their net spend of £903m more than the likes of Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid and Barcelona.

The club’s recruitment has been poor will millions squandered on a series of misfits and overpriced additions and we’ve decided to look at five of Manchester United’s worst value for money signings in the post-Ferguson era.

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