Paul Scholes, former Manchester United midfielder, analyzed the current 'red devils' moment in an interview with ESPN, where he lamented the change of attitude of Jose Mourinho.
"I do not know him very well, only from the time I was playing against him, I loved to see his interviews, his arrogance, I thought he was brilliant, but that José disappeared, now it's Jose's apology, which frustrates you. He complains about the players and what he does not have, but look what he has, he tells people that he is the best coach, so he should prove it, "said the former Red Devils player.
Scholes believes that the Portuguese coach has no reason to complain.
"It's not like they did not give him anything, they gave him a fortune to spend and he bought a lot of these players, he bought two sets that do not look good enough, if you think they are not good enough, train them and make them better." he added.
Manchester United are currently in eighth place in the Premier League with 13 points, seven of the top three Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool, who have 20.