Speaking on BBC Radio Live 5 on Wednesday night, he said:
“I think they need to sign four or five players. If David De Gea goes then you need a new keeper, even though Romero has done nothing wrong.
“You need a full back and a centre-back to go alongside Eric Bailly, who has been brilliant this season. If Michael Carrick goes you need another creative midfielder and if Zlatan Ibrahimovic goes then you need a striker.
“You wonder if Marcus Rashford is good enough to be the number nine, he is a huge talent but does he score enough goals? I think you need another striker for him to play with.” he added.
Manchester United won the Europa League on Wednesday night after goals by Paul Pogba and Henrikh Mkhitaryan condemned Ajax to a 2-0 defeat, ensuring United qualify for the Champions League and being able to attract the best of players worldwide. Jose Mourinho, who has always won the league in his second season at every club he has managed is primed to win the league, as he is looking at the likes of Antoine Griezmann, James Rodriguez and Michael Keane, as well as Jan Oblak.