Gary Neville believes Ole Gunnar Solskjaer must get rid of anyone who isn’t on board with the principles of Manchester United.
A disappointing season last time out saw the Red Devils finish sixth in the Premier League, capping off a second straight season with no trophies, and a clear out is expected.
Neville identified a lack of leadership as the problem and said it stood in stark contrast to his time with the club.
“When I was playing you always had three groups – the guardians, the middle group and the younger ones,” Neville, who spent his entire 19-year career at Old Trafford, told the Soccer Science Conference.
“When I started in the first team, there were players like Paul Ince and Roy Keane and one bad pass was regarded as an absolute crime.
“Manchester United doesn’t have the guardians now. Absolutely not, no.
“But I don’t think they carry the influence in the dressing room to be able to dominate the culture and that’s a real problem.
He cited the example of Mauricio Pochettino of Champions League finalists Spurs as a template for the Norwegian.
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