“I always laughed at those players. They are very unserious footballers. When Jim Ratcliffe came me, I told him sell almost all the players and remain only these two quality star if he want’s me to come to Manchester United”-They are the only players I can manage at that club to be honest”-Harry Redknapp and Zinedine Zidane SLAMS Man United squad and demand their sales, apart from two players who have “fantastic” talent

Former Tottenham and QPR manager Harry Redknapp has delivered a scathing critique of Erik ten Hag’s Manchester United squad, branding them as “bang average” amidst their struggles in the Premier League.

With United languishing in 6th place and enduring 11 defeats in the league, their hopes of securing a top-four finish seem bleak. Despite managing to defeat Aston Villa twice this season, their inconsistency has hindered their progress, especially with back-to-back losses.

“I thought they could finish in the top four at one point, but then they get beaten at home to Fulham and lose convincingly to Manchester City,” Redknapp expressed to BetVictor. “I think they’re bang average to be honest.”

Redknapp further highlighted the disparity between the current United team and the legendary squads under Sir Alex Ferguson, noting the absence of players who could match the caliber of past stars.

“At the moment, Manchester United are miles away – I don’t see them anywhere near winning the title or being close to doing so in the next few years either,” he added.

Despite his critical assessment, Redknapp identified young talents Kobbie Mainoo and Rasmus Hojlund as players with the potential to make a significant impact for United in the future.

“Kobbie Mainoo will certainly go on and be a top player for Manchester United,” Redknapp remarked. “In terms of the Euros this summer, I think we’re quite loaded up with midfielders in that England team – we’ve got some of the best players in the world there in Jude Bellingham and Declan Rice.”

Regarding Hojlund, Redknapp sees potential for him to compete for the Premier League Golden Boot in the future, considering the landscape of contenders.

“He could have as big of a chance as anybody in the future, I think,” Redknapp concluded, highlighting the promising prospects amidst United’s current challenges.

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