Former Manchester United midfielder believes his old side have a ‘long, long way to go’ and has named four players who aren’t good enough.
United have struggled this season to go on any run of form, initially Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and now under Ralf Rangnick.
Rangnick’s side were beaten by Wolves at Old Trafford on Monday night and former United man Ince is worried what the future holds for his former side.
Speaking to The United Stand, Ince said: “Ronaldo’s got a year left, he’s not the future. Nor is [Edinson] Cavani. [Paul] Pogba could be gone. Bruno [Fernandes] could go.
“You look at the players that are playing now. Fred isn’t good enough, we know that. [Scott] McTominay isn’t good enough, we know that. [Aaron] Wan-Bissaka has lost all his confidence, he’s not the right choice. [Jadon] Sancho looks miles off it.
Three of the names mentioned by Ince were big money signings, with only McTominay not costing the club upwards of £50 million.
Fred has been consistently questioned over his role in United’s midfield whilst Wan-Bissaka’s technique and ability on the ball frequently being compared against rivals Trent Alexander-Arnold and Reece James.
Sancho only joined this summer and has struggled to light up Old Trafford, often finding himself on the bench as he battles with the likes of Mason Greenwood, Marcus Rashford and Cavani for a starting role.
Rangnick has been questioned already, with report claiming the United players aren’t buying into his philosophy but Ince has warned the club that if they change the manager, a big squad upheaval is needed too.
“If you bring a new manager in, you’ve got to change 80 per cent of the team and still try to keep up to Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea’s standards.
“Manchester United have got a long, long way to go, and I can’t see Ralf Rangnick being in charge next year.”
“I can only tell you about the squad. Obviously, I don’t know about the atmosphere inside the club.
“The players, locker room, coaching staff, everybody was very disappointed after the game, the performance.
“Now we have four days of training, yesterday, today, tomorrow, and the day after tomorrow before the Aston Villa game, and our job is to show a different performance against Aston Villa.”
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