Manchester United have spent more on transfers than any other Premier League club since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer led the Red Devils.
The 48-year-old Norwegian is under serious pressure and is facing dismissal after the embarrassing 0: 5 loss to Liverpool at Old Trafford.
Manchester United are without a win in their last four Premier League games, losing three of them and slipping to seventh in the standings. The team is already eight points behind leader Chelsea.
Manchester United have the highest net transfer costs since Solskjaer succeeded Jose Mourinho in December 2018.
The Norwegian has made four transfers, each worth 50+ million pounds.
Harry Maguire costs Manchester United 85 million pounds, Bruno Fernandes - 55 million pounds, Jaden Sancho - 73 million pounds and Aaron One-Bissaka - 50 million pounds.
42.7 million pounds were invested in attracting Rafael Varane, and 19.7 million pounds for Cristiano Ronaldo.
Adam Diallo cost 37 million pounds, while Alex Teles arrived in a deal for 15.7 million pounds, and Facundo Peistri - 9 million pounds.
The deal for Donnie van de Beek was worth 40 million pounds in the summer of 2020.
Manchester United made some sales to players after the arrival of Solskjaer. Romelu Lukaku was sold to Inter in 2019. for £ 73 million and Daniel James was sold for £ 25 million.
Manchester United have the highest net expenses in the Premier League - an incredible 312.1 million pounds.
Arsenal are second with 279.7 million pounds, with only Aston Villa (244.7 million pounds) and Tottenham (207 million pounds) exceeding the limit of 200 million pounds.
Regarding their rivals for the league title, Manchester City has a net cost of 199.6 million pounds.
Chelsea, one of the favorites for the championship this season, can boast of net transfer costs of just 82.1 million pounds.
Liverpool have a net profit of 3.6 million pounds. That's a staggering £ 315.7 million less than Manchester United. And at that time, of course, Liverpool won the Premier League title in 2019/20.