Former Liverpool player Jamie Carragher has adviced incoming Manchester United Coach Erik ten Hag to replace united Star. Speaking on Sky Bet The Overlap show, Jamie described the United star as 'not good enough' for Manchester United. He has however told incoming united boss to replace the key player ahead of summer overhaul. Jamie carragher was on a heated conversation with former Manchester United player Gary Neville.
Carragher has described star Manchester United player Marcus Rashford as an Arsenal or Totenham material. He adviced Erik ten Hag to withdraw his plans in the United star player. He said for Manchester United to thrive under Erik ten Hag they need to have two megastars and may ne Rashford as an addition. He added that with Marcus Rashford as the key United player he can't bring in Premier league cup or other Champions league.
Carragher remained under mad claiming that Marcus Rashford is squad player and aint good enough to feature in the starting XI to win Manchester United big trophies.
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