Paul Scholes decided to take a different aim in analyzing the team’s performances and believes some of such errors came because of transfers.
Manchester United let go of many players since the arrival of Louis van Gaal including academy product Danny Welbeck who was sold to Arsenal.
Welbeck is one of the players who shouldn’t have been allowed to leave according to Scholes since he has been in the team for a long time.
Scholes aimed the blame at whoever took the decision to let Welbeck go which is most probably the manager.
- “He [Welbeck] would walk into this team, without a shadow of a doubt and he’s just been allowed to go.
- Every time I watch United I keep thinking of the players that have been allowed to leave the club.
- You’re scratching your head. I think Welbeck is the biggest example of that, he should have never, ever been allowed to leave this club.
- He’s a big example of what Manchester United are, he was here from nine years of age and came right through to the first team.
- He’s quick, he’s strong, can score a goal, can make a goal, can play left wing, can play right wing.
- Whether that’s come from the manager or beyond I don’t know, but I’m pretty sure it probably did come from the manager. It should never ever have been allowed to happen.