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Joel Glazer is often accused of staying silent when Manchester United fans want clarity from either him or his brother Avram.

Joel Glazer's Man Utd transfer promise he must deliver on for Erik ten Hag

Joel Glazer

Therefore, his comments from this time last year make for interesting reading with the added context of Erik ten Hag’s arrival as Red Devils manager. After the club had announced the earth-shattering signing of Cristiano Ronaldo, Glazer issued a rallying message claiming there was still work to be done to restore United to their former glories.

Speaking to supporters at a United fans’ forum held at Old Trafford, the American businessman tuned in via video link to say that “the most important thing is always on-the-pitch success”, before revealing “We’re very happy with the summer.”

He went on to insist that there would be further additions made in the future to ensure United get themselves on an upwards trajectory. “We can always improve,” he said. “There’s always more work to be done.”

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It was exactly what the Old Trafford faithful wanted to hear. The fanbase has so often felt disillusioned with the current ownership and while those wounds are by no means healed, hearing that the club wanted to add investment to an already expensively-assembled squad was a huge boost.

Fast forward 12 months and Ronaldo remains United’s most recent signing, the January window passing former interim boss Ralf Rangnick by without any additions despite the fact his desire to add a new striker to the mix was well-documented.

He went on to insist that there would be further additions made in the future to ensure United get themselves on an upwards trajectory. “We can always improve,” he said. “There’s always more work to be done.”

It was exactly what the Old Trafford faithful wanted to hear. The fanbase has so often felt disillusioned with the current ownership and while those wounds are by no means healed, hearing that the club wanted to add investment to an already expensively-assembled squad was a huge boost.

Fast forward 12 months and Ronaldo remains United’s most recent signing, the January window passing former interim boss Ralf Rangnick by without any additions despite the fact his desire to add a new striker to the mix was well-documented.

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