Manchester United quartet Fred, Scott McTominay, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Jadon Sancho are ‘not good ENOUGH’, slams Paul Ince as ex-midfielder warns Bruno Fernandes could LEAVE, should the club continue to underwhelm
- Paul Ince has slammed four Manchester United stars as ‘not being good enough’
- The Sky Sports pundit also believes Bruno Fernandes could leave the club
- United sit seventh in the Premier League, 22 points off leaders Manchester City
Paul Ince has heaped pressure on four of Manchester United underfire stars, insisting they ‘not good enough’, whilst also suggesting Bruno Fernandes could leave the club.
The Red Devils currently sit seventh in the Premier League, 22 points off leaders Manchester City and four points off the Champions League qualification places.
Following the sacking of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in November, Ralph Rangnick was drafted in on an interim basis to try and turn things around, but the German has so far struggled to implement his methods at Old Trafford, whilst leaving United stars frustrated.
Paul Ince believes four Manchester United stars are not good enough to remain at Old Trafford
The former Manchester United midfielder believes Bruno Fernandes could leave the club
Fred (left) and Scott McTominay (right) are two of the four stars Ince believes should leave
Former United and England international Ince believes Fred, Scott McTominay, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Jadon Sancho should all be offloaded, and if results do not pick up, then playmaker Bruno Fernandes could also leave the club.
‘Ronaldo’s got a year left, he’s not the future. Nor is [Edinson] Cavani. [Paul] Pogba could be gone. Bruno [Fernandes] could go,’ Ince told The United Stand.
‘You look at the players that are playing now. Fred isn’t good enough, we know that. [Scott] McTominay isn’t good enough, we know that. [Aaron] Wan-Bissaka has lost all his confidence, he’s not the right choice. [Jadon] Sancho looks miles off it.
Interim manager Ralf Rangnick speaks to Fernandes before United’s 1-0 defeat to Wolves
Question marks remain over the future of Fernandes’ fellow compatriot Cristiano Ronaldo
‘If you bring a new manager in, you’ve got to change 80 per cent of the team and still try to keep up to Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea’s standards.
‘Manchester United have got a long, long way to go, and I can’t see Ralf Rangnick being in charge next year.’
Rangnick is expected to make a few additions to his side this January, as he looks to freshen things up at Old Trafford.
Several players such as West Ham’s Declan Rice, RB Leipzig midfielder Amadou Haidara and Boubakar Camara of Marseille have all been linked with moves to United, but it also remains to be seen who leaves the club before the winter window slams shut at the end of the month.