Graeme Souness, a former Liverpool player, Tottenham and Sampdoria, spared no criticism of Manchester United players following the elimination of the red devils in the Champions League.
Speaking to a British television channel, the former Scottish player raised doubts about the abilities of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to be ahead of Manchester United's technical command.
"There's no way to get things done quickly at Manchester United," Graeme Souness began.
"People may think I'm anti-United, but it's nothing like that. I'm a football person and the reality is that Ole [Gunnar Solskjaer] has a Herculean task ahead, "added the former Scottish coach.
"What you see now, unless you have great young people coming out of training, will have to spend a lot, but a lot of money in the transfer window." The hiring policy of the last two coaches was very poor. has to change for Manchester United to be successful again. They have not made good acquisitions in the last four or five years and are paying for it, "said Souness.
"From the team that started the game in Barcelona, how many can be said that they will continue and that they will be influential players in the next five years? Bet you your house for Pogba? I certainly do not," shot the former coach Benfica ..
"Afterwards we have Alexis Sánchez, who is going to leave, Rashford is up and down, but is he the right bet? there are many positions that need to be analyzed and these problems can not be solved with just one trip to the market, "said Souness.