Manchester United: FA Cup win does not veil issues – Alan Shearer

Whoever Manchester United’s chief is next season, their group needs real surgery on the off chance that they need to challenge and get to where they need to be, or trust they ought to be.

It has been clear for some time this is not an extraordinary United side.

Furthermore, if Saturday’s FA Cup last win over Crystal Palace was Louis van Gaal’s last amusement in control, then he has gone out with what will be recognized as a normal execution of his time as manager.

The same thing has happened commonly before this season – they were the better group so they deserved to beat Palace, however they didn’t play especially well. Joined needed to win the FA Cup on Saturday to remove any believability from this season.

Be that as it may, the actuality they have some flatware does not change the certainty it has been an immensely frustrating effort for them.

Lifting a trophy is clearly a decent approach to end a season in any case, similar to I said before the last began, completing fifth made it a poor one, whether they won at Wembley or not.

It is clear they have to enhance their group, however the issue now is the way they do that.

Passing up a major opportunity for Champions League football implies they will have an issue pulling in unquestionably the top-class ability that they ought to go for.

Whoever is in control will have the same issue – United will pass up a great opportunity for those players, in light of the fact that those players need to be in the Champions League.