Gary Neville has slammed all but two Manchester United players, describing them as absolute disgrace.
Manchester United’s woes have lasted all season, as they suffered their latest embarrassment in the hands of Brighton at the weekend.
Ralf Rangnick’s men were beaten 4-0 by Brighton on Saturday and ended any hopes of qualifying for the Champions League next season.
And Neville, a Manchester United legend, singled Cristiano Ronaldo and goalkeeper David de Gea as the only Red Devils’ players who deserve credit. He landed hard on the others and feels they deserve whatever they get from the club.
Speaking on the Gary Neville Podcast, he said: “The more I think about it, Ronaldo stays. I think the worse it gets, the more he stays to not look like he’s running away.
“A lot of them [Man United players] will leave…
“De Gea and Ronaldo I think have held their own this season, they’ve performed well, but not one of them other than that can have any complaints about whatever happens to them this summer. They really can’t.
“It’s been a really shocking two or three months, I can’t wait for the season to be over, I can’t wait to stop talking about them.
“You can’t watch them. It is what it is, big clear out in the summer.
“They’re just damaging themselves to a point whereby fans won’t forget…It’s been a disgrace for a couple of months.
“They’ve won three in 13? That’s an absolute disgrace. It’s absolutely embarrassing, the players in that dressing room and the cost of that dressing room.”
The Red Devils will now battle to win their last match to guarantee them any chance of qualifying for the Europa League next season or they could have their first experience in the Europe Conference League.
However, the club have already announced the coming of Erik ten Hag, who will take charge at Old Trafford from next season as interim manager, Ralf Rangnick’s six-month contract expires.
Ten Hag will be massively supported by the club’s hierarchy to overhaul the entire team and decide which player is retained at the club, as he is tasked with bringing the Red Devils back to the glory days.