Ex Man United defender Ferdinand believes there must be changes at the club
Rio Ferdinand has disclosed things are not going on well, hinting Man United should sack manager Ole Gunner Solskjear.
The Red Devils boss has been under intense pressure in recent weeks following a poor run of performances.
Since joining the club in 2018, Solskjear is yet to guide Man Utd to a silverware.
With significant additions in the summer transfer window, including the resigning of Ronaldo.
The spotlight has been on the Norwegian to deliver this season. However, tables have turn as United struggle for form domestically and abroad.
Manchester United have picked up four points in their past seven Premier League games, including a whopping five defeat.
Recent defeat to Watford has even worsen the situation for Solskjear, as he struggles to keep his job.
In the wake of that painful loss, former Man United defender Rio Ferdinand believes there need to be changes.
When quizzed on the Red Devils current situation, Ferdinand revealed:
“Things aren’t going well so maybe there needs to be a change to improve things, that’s what I’m paid to do, give an honest assessment whether it’s friends, former team-mates or people I don’t know.”