ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC is worried Erik ten Hag doesn’t have the experience to handle Manchester United’s big egos.
Red Devils boss Ten Hag has binned Cristiano Ronaldo, David De Gea and Jadon Sancho since arriving at the start of last season.
Former United star Ibra, who has the biggest ego in the game, said: “Coming from Ajax to United as he did is a big difference – I have been in both clubs.
“You have a different kind of discipline.
“Ajax is a talented club. They have the best talents in the club. They don’t have big stars.
“What is the experience of this coach? Young talents, he comes to United, it is a different mentality.
“The players there are supposed to be big stars.
“I don’t think you give the same treatment.
“How much time do you give a coach? It depends on the owners, what they want, but if you listen to the fans, you don’t have a lot of time because they want to win, and I understand them because they are used to winning and they want to still win.”
Ten Hag has taken a hardline approach with his squad and axed Ronaldo for criticising the club before ditching keeper De Gea at the end of last season.
England international Sancho is currently banned from first-team duties after a public bust-up with Ten Hag in which he accused his manager of making him a “scapegoat”.
Speaking to Piers Morgan for his TalkTV show, Ibra added: “United has to win, they have to win every title they play for.
“Now they are being dominated by neighbours Manchester City and it’s a totally different situation there.
“Everybody has a responsibility to fulfil the demands. You need to find the right path again and to push for that.
“You need a plan, you need a project to follow. It feels like you follow a project plan and then it goes wild in a moment because of the results.
“Either you believe in it or you don’t believe in it. But with the situation of the coach, I think he is living two different situations now.
“Then obviously what happened with Sancho and Cristiano, I don’t know.
“When things are good, there are still errors and problems, but you don’t see it because we are winning.” – The Sun