Messi Would Struggle at Manchester United - Scholes

Messi Would Struggle at Manchester United - Scholes

Manchester United coach Jose Mourinho has been charged with improper conduct by the Football Association for his behavior at the end on his side's 3-2 win at home to Newcastle United on October 6th.

"I look at the current squad and I don't think there's a lack of quality there", Scholes, who won 11 Premier League titles at Old Trafford, told ESPN.

Jose Mourinho is still the manager at the club but the Portuguese has come under pressure after a slow start to the season.

Against Newcastle, the Red Devils were close to succumbing to an embarrassing defeat, but second-half heroics from players helped Mourinho get away from suffering the axe.

And Scholes thinks a player of Modric's calibre is just what his old club need.

Paul Scholes has publicly criticised United on more than one occasion over the past few years, and particularly while they have been managed by Jose Mourinho.

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" We were watching Liverpool and City from afar and smirking as they changed managers and players every year, never getting anything right".

Mourinho brought Carrick into his coaching staff in the summer and the retired England global has helped to fill the void left by the Manchester United manager's former assistant Rui Faria.

The reason? Ed Woodward needs to sign a player capable of linking the midfield and the attack, according to the man who used to do exactly that at Old Trafford.

As for Lukaku, who scored goals consistently at Everton and had a good World Cup for Belgium, he added: "I'm just not sure you are ever going to win the league with a goal scorer like him".

Mourinho believes there is a "man hunt" for him and his players and this feeds into that narrative quite nicely.

Alexis Sanchez would be the first to admit that his start to life with Manchester United has not been good enough.

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