Manchester United legend Gary Neville claims that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should sell every player who isn’t aligned to the principles of the team after the Paul Pogba and Jesse Lingard incident.
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While Paul Pogba’s recent interview about leaving Manchester United for a new challenge elsewhere has taken the fans by storm, Jesse Lingard tried to one-up that controversy with his Snapchat incident.
The 26-year-old Manchester United star posted a video on Snapchat which didn’t go down well with the fans and pundits of the game with most of the fans demanding the Englishman be sold this summer.
Gary Neville was recently inquired about all of this controversy and how Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should deal with all of this. As per Neville:
“There are some good professionals, Juan Mata for instance. Ander Herrera, when he was there and Scott McTominay – you can see he’s a good lad and wants to play football. But I don’t think they carry the influence in the dressing room to be able to dominate the culture and that’s a real problem.
“In any business, in any football team, if the guardians in the dressing room, the ones who have the influence, are not setting the example, then you have a big problem and have to clear them out.
“I love Ole to bits. Whoever he feels is not aligned to the principles of Manchester United, he has to get rid of them.”
Whatever Jesse Lingard does during the holidays is his business, but posting the stupid bits on social media, which is sure to cause controversy, is naive and idiotic.
Still, selling him purely on the basis of the above incident would be a very harsh punishment, but that doesn’t mean he shouldn’t be reprimanded (educated?) for all of this.
Meanwhile, Paul Pogba…I just don’t know what to do with him anymore. If you have any opinions on this situation, you can comment away.