Arsenal legend, Ian Wright, has advised Manchester United to learn from Chelsea in dealing with manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Chelsea won the Champions League last season after sacking a struggling Frank Lampard and replacing the Chelsea legend with Thomas Tuchel.
Manchester United have lost four of their last six games in the Premier League and Wright believes it’s time Manchester United learn from Chelsea by replacing the Norwegian.
“Every pundit is seeing and saying the same thing, no direction, no coordination, no structure with great players,” Wright told Wrighty’s House
“If they get it right in situations, they are going to beat teams. But anyone who is organised against Man United, like we saw at Leicester, like we saw Liverpool do at a canter, you’ll cause them a massive problem.
“And that is happening simply because the manager has got to his level.
“I’m looking at ex-Man United players, Rio [Ferdinand], Roy Keane, now we are starting to hear stuff, they cannot wait to say this player is not good enough, that player is not good enough. We say it flippantly. But this manager has reached his level.
“I have to keep going back to what Chelsea did with Frank, their great legend.
“This is the thing with [Roman] Abramovich, he doesn’t care. If it is not working how he thinks it should be working, they are out.”