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Manchester United had £232m worth of talent on the bench against Luton at Old Trafford, while the visitors’ starting XI can’t have cost more than £10m to assemble.

That wasn’t reflected in the scoreline as Erik ten Hag’s side failed to convince yet again.
Despite more than £325m being spent on the starting line-up, they hobbled over the line after struggling to score past a side that are yet to keep a clean sheet in the Premier League.

The misfiring forwards will concern Ten Hag, who hasn’t seen one of his attackers score in the league since Marcus Rashford’s goal at Arsenal on September 3.
United have had to find goals from other sources but are one of the league’s form teams after four wins from five games, which keeps them within sight of their rivals.

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