Based on what Dimitar Berbatov says assigning Mauricio Pochettino cannot solve the 'attitude problem' at Manchester United. He believes the players are to condemn the Red Devils' recent difficulty as Ole Gunner Solskjaer.
The previous Tottenham manager
is being highly related to Solskjaer's career after United's shameful beginning to the 2020-21 season.
United are annoyed through their third Premier League domestic failure to Arsenal on Sunday before losing 2-1 away at Istanbul Basaksehir in the
Berbatov is between those groups who assumes that the
is going to finish soon.
"If there's truth to the Mauricio Pochettino rumours, it's hard to blame United really. When the team plays bad, the buck stops with the boss, and this has always been true," the ex-United striker told Betfair.
"The players need to change their attitude as much as the manager needs to be changed. Many will say now is the time to make the change, others will say not yet, but watching this team now you probably would say there is something wrong.”
"I've always been an admirer of Ole and a supporter of his, but if he continues like this then a change is inevitable. I still say United need a defender before they need a manager, a defender that is tactically aware.”
"Everton on Saturday now is a huge game for United, and I think if they lose this, it's probably the point where they look for a new manager. They are 15th in the table, could be lower depending on other results if they lose Saturday, and that isn't acceptable for a club like United. It's must-win for United and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.”