Former Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp has taken aim at Manchester United’s unhappy players.
Writing for The Sun, Redknapp stated: “I’d suggest that instead of blaming others and pointing fingers, they should concentrate on getting on with the job because right now United are bang average.
“The Red Devils didn’t buy into Jose Mourinho, didn’t buy into Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and now we hear they don’t buy into the new fella.
“I keep hearing how good these players are… well they should start proving it because they have done precious little of that so far.
“It was positive to see skipper Harry Maguire has fronted up and been big enough to admit they have got to show it’s not all talk.
“Now the pressure is on the rest of them in that dressing room to back him up because it doesn’t matter how impressive the words are, if you don’t follow them with actions.
“If they can do that, then fine. But at the moment you’d have to say the club needs a massive rebuild, and that’s far easier said than done.
“You look at what United have done to this point and think the top four is the best they can hope for. And even that is far from certain.
“It’s times like these when you really find out what you’ve got in the dressing room.”