Arsenal hero, Ian Wright, has called on Manchester United to follow the Chelsea way, and sack Ole Gunnar Solskjaer from his role as Manchester United’s boss.
The former player made the suggestion in the wake of United’s recent struggles, which has seen United take just four points from a possible eighteen in their last six games.
The poor results, has put massive pressure on Solskjaer, with former United players and pundits calling for his sack.
Rio Ferdinand is one of United’s former players to ask Solskjaer to vacate his role, as he can no longer take the club to the heights it deserves, and Wright seems to agree with him.
Speaking recently on Wrighty’s House, the football pundit noted, “Every pundit is seeing and saying the same thing, no direction, no coordination, no structure with great players.
“If they get it right in situations, they are going to beat teams. But anyone who is organised against Man United, like we saw at Leicester, like we saw Liverpool do at a canter, you’ll cause them a massive problem.
“And that is happening simply because the manager has got to his level.
“I’m looking at ex-Man United players, Rio [Ferdinand], Roy Keane, now we are starting to hear stuff, they cannot wait to say this player is not good enough, that player is not good enough. We say it flippantly. But this manager has reached his level.”
Wright added, “I have to keep going back to what Chelsea did with Frank, their great legend,” Wright said.
“This is the this with [Roman] Abramovich, he doesn’t care. If it is not working how he thinks it should be working, they are out.”