Manchester United legend Paul Scholes has blamed his former club’s decision to bring in two players over the summer.
Manchester United legend Paul Scholes has blamed his former club’s decision to bring Jadon Sancho and Rafael Varane to Old Trafford this summer. Already In the past few years Scholes has voiced concerns about his former club’s management approach. And now the news has come out taunting their huge spending on unproven players.
During his appearance on Gary Neville’s The Overlap , Scholes said: “Jadon Sancho is a young player that Manchester United has spent a lot of money on. which he has not proven himself in the league at all So why would a club like Real Madrid let Varane out?” “If you look at him last season, He doesn’t look good. I don’t think it will be a great transfer market. No one at the club is responsible for this.”
Both Sancho and Varane have had a difficult start to their Manchester United careers. After the team suffered a poor season in 2021/22, where they finished low in the Premier League . The most ever of the club Scholes admits it is difficult to watch United’s decline under the leadership of his former team-mate Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Scholes said: He’s tried but from the outside it looks like the players are a bit offended. They do what they want. They go on the pitch and live in their own world. Doing what they want to do more than what they are expected or what managers want them to do. And the form of play continues like that.”
Manchester United fans hope it gets much better. This UFABET season, after the Red Devils spent another big buck in the summer transfer window under new manager Erik ten Hag, the Red Devils spent more than £200 million on the players. Anthony , Christian Eriksen, Lisandro Martinez and Casemiro join the squad, however Scholes is unconvinced of the arrival of the former Real Madrid midfielder.
He said: “This year (they signed) Casemiro finished in two days.” “I wonder if it’s the manager’s signing. Lots of money on long term contracts I think they have to hire someone to take care of recruiting players. Ultimately the manager will be the one to blame for that.” Under Ten Hag, United have had their worst start to the season following defeats to Brighton and Brentford . Disgraceful, however, they seem to have successfully turned the tide to win four games in a row. Next they play a derby against Manchester City.