Manchester United has fallen well short of where they once were, with many finding it rather hard to actually watch the plight that they have gone on in recent years.
When Sir Alex Ferguson was in charge, the Red Devils were arguably one of the biggest clubs in the entire sport, with fans from all around the world tuning in to watch the team play some incredible football and somehow find a way to win even when they did not deserve to.
Many now, though, find it difficult to watch Man Utd at the moment, with some even deciding to log on to the best USA online casino available to them in order to stop themselves from putting themselves through 90 minutes of torture.
Indeed, since Fergie retired, the club has made a number of huge mistakes across the board and none seem to have been able to sort out the mess that has since ensued.
Of course, Ralf Rangnick is the latest man to have been given the role – albeit on an interim basis before he moves upstairs in a consultancy role – but it seems he has had enough of a couple of the current squad and has reportedly told the powers that be that they need to go as they are not good enough.
According to a report by 90min, the defence has been highlighted – which is not really a surprise – with the manager telling the likes of Richard Arnold (the new CEO) that players such as Luke Shaw, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, and Harry Maguire are not good enough to be playing their football at Old Trafford.
Indeed, all three have been regulars under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, however it is pretty clear that the two full-backs have work to do under Rangnick as neither of them is chosen regularly.
Maguire could be a hugely embarrassing problem for United, though, given that they splashed out a serious amount of cash to sign him from Leicester City. Indeed, those at the Red Devils might have to play the best online pokies Australia has in order to recoup the entire transfer fee as no club in world football will ever be willing to pay United that amount after what they have seen from the club’s skipper.
The report continues to add that the 63-year-old appears to have already started work on what will be his permanent job in the summer by referring players that the club should be looking at purchasing, with Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Max Kilman said to be of interest.
Indeed, it would be a surprise if defensive reinforcements were not to arrive in the next two transfer windows despite the arrival of Raphael Varane last summer, as the club has conceded 29 goals so far in the Premier League, with only West Ham United the only team inside the top eight to have conceded the same as them despite playing one more game than them.