Red Devils legend believes Old Trafford players should let go of players who were not hired by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Ryan Giggs admitted that the transfer policy of Manchester United it was “messy” before Ole Gunnar Solskjaer You will start to find good values in the market. So he suggested to the Red Devils that they follow the style of Liverpool to build a squad that your coach likes.
The former Welsh midfielder spoke with the Daily Star about the management of the club in terms of transfers and what was the passage of the different coaches after the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson.
“(David) Moyes did not last a season and the signings were messy. You had Sir Alex players, Moyes players, then van Gaal, with a different philosophy and different players. And then Mourinho entering with his group,” he started saying the Welsh.
He added: “So you have this mix of cultures, but are they really united players? Getting rid of that takes a long time. That’s why ownership and stability are really important. For example, Klopp has been in Liverpool for five seasons. Every year he’s gotten better, but it took time for him to get players he liked. “
Last year, Manchester backed Solskjaer’s work and this year began to achieve better results. With a third place in the Premier League while remaining in search of glory in the Europa League.
“There are cycles in all sports and it is very difficult to stay on top all the time,” said Giggs. “But now, as a fan of the club, I look at the players and I think: ‘Yes, those are players that I enjoy seeing, they may not be winning everything, but they have the identity of Manchester United,” he closed.
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