Paul Scholes criticises three Man United players after Southampton draw

United who last won the league title in 2013 are currently eighth in the table after four games and trail league leaders Liverpool by seven points

United who last won the league title in 2013 are currently eighth in the table after four games and trail league leaders Liverpool by seven points

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would've been happy seeing Paul Pogba sold this summer, it has been revealed.

Man United have dropped points vs significantly weaker opponents like Crystal Palace and Southampton which has brought the doom and gloom back to Old Trafford.

Mason Greenwood, 17, came off the bench and nearly scored a victor.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men took the lead in the first half when 21-year-old Daniel James struck his third goal in four appearances for his new club since arriving from Swansea City in the summer.

"I am disappointed", Scholes told Premier League TV.

"I was surprised because I thought if anybody is going to create something it's Juan Mata".

I have been in football for a long time, I have played nearly all the games for all the clubs in the last 10 years.

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Both Fred and Matic are behind Paul Pogba, Scott McTominay and Andreas Pereira in the midfield pecking order, but are expected to have more game time once United begin their Europa League campaign.

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The Englishman further said that he believes Solskjaer can turn Manchester United's fortunes around, but it will take three or four years for the change to happen completely - just like Klopp's case with Liverpool.

Manchester United stretched their winless run in the Premier League to three games after failing to beat Southampton at Saint Mary's Stadium last weekend.

He added: "I think you nearly have to write United off for the next two years, this team, until Ole Gunnar has cleared everything he wants out, has four or five transfer windows, United are going to be behind Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham".

And Fred is not the only United player to step out of line on the web this week.

Manchester United will return to Premier League action after the global break when they take on Leicester City in front of their home fans on Saturday 14 September.

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