Swedish star Zlatan Ibrahimovic believes Eric Ten Hag, coach of English team Manchester United, doesn’t have enough experience to take care of the Red Devils. Since taking over as the team’s coach last year, Ten Hag has worked to exclude Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo, in addition to goalkeeper David de Gea, and more recently, English winger Jadon Sancho.
According to the British publication The Sun, Ibrahimovic stated, “There is a big difference coming from Ajax to Manchester United.” I’ve already visited both clubs. There is a different kind of commitment.”
Then he added, “United must triumph. Every championship they compete for must be won. Now that Manchester City, their neighbor, is in charge, the situation is entirely different. It is everyone’s duty to fulfill the requirements. You must rediscover the right path.
In addition to losing their Champions League opener to Bayern Munich, Manchester United is currently off to their worst start in the league in 34 years. On Tuesday, they will visit Galatasaray, Turkey, in the second round.