Rio Ferdinand has issued a public call to Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward about the club's business this summer.
United have signed midfielder Fred from Shakhtar and Diogo Dalot from Porto, but continue to be linked to some targets as the end of the transfer window nears.
However, Jose Mourinho has been left disappointed by his side's transfer strategy and put pressure on Woodward to sign the players he wants or risk another underwhelming season for United .
The Old Trafford side have been in a long, difficult pursuit of Tottenham centre-back Toby Alderweireld and look set to finalise the signing ahead of Thursday's transfer deadline. Goal understands Alderweireld has agreed to join United but is waiting for the London side to find a replacement for him.
Despite rumours linking Paul Pogba with a move to Barcelona or Juventus, Goal understands that United are unwilling to allow the Frenchman to leave in the summer window.
With all the speculation around comings and goings, Ferdinand has decided now is the time to speak out about United's dealings before Thursday's deadline, offering Woodward some valuable advice.
"Don’t you dare allow this ED," he tweeted. "[Man Utd] is Pogba’s home!! Silence these rumours ASAP & get [Alderweireld] through the door."
Premier League sides have until August 9 to complete summer transfers before the campaign begins, with United kicking it off against Leicester City at Old Trafford on Friday.