Former Manchester United midfielder Owen Hargreaves has said that there’s no quick fix to the problems at the club.
In an exclusive interview with Optus Sport, Owen Hargreaves said that a lot of time would be required to fix the numerous problems at the club.
Owen Hargreaves has been disappointed with his former club this season following the poor start recorded in the Premier League.
Manchester United are in the bottom half of the Premier League table at the moment after the first eight games.
The season started very well but it has gone downhill for the former English champions.
The Red Devils began the new Premier League season with the thrashing of top six rivals Chelsea.
England international Marcus Rashford scored a brace either side of the halftime interval as Manchester United beat Chelsea 4-0 at home.
Anthony Martial and second half substitute Daniel James scored the other goals.
Since that Chelsea win, Manchester United have scored just five goals in seven league games.
In addition, they have earned six points from those seven games in the Premier League.
The dwindling results have brought pressure on manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer though the club won’t rush into ending his reign in Manchester if recent reports are anything to believe.