Manchester United have spent big in the last decade with these seven players not justifying the fees paid for them. Picture: Getty

Manchester United’s seven worst signings in the past decade - including current duo

We take a look at the Red Devils worst seven signings in the past 10 years.

There’s no denying Manchester United have signed some awful players in the past, under managers from Sir Alex Ferguson to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Last summer, the club spent over £130m on Raphael Varane, Jadon Sancho and the return of Cristiano Ronaldo, with no silverware to show for it.

However, there have been significantly worse investments from managers over the years, especially since the departure of Ferguson in 2013.

Whether it’s breaking the club’s transfer record and receiving little in return, or signing a player with so much promise who then fails to perform once at Old Trafford, there’s plenty of debate as to who United’s worst signings have been in recent years.

So we’ve taken a look at the seven worst signings made by the Red Devils in the past decade, including two current stars.

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