There’s no denying the Manchester United boss was not happy with the response to his recent press conference, with some of his players suggesting the former boss was a little too negative.
The reaction from the rest of the world is, in fact, quite positive, with a number of clubs reportedly lining up to bring in the former England boss as a replacement for Louis van Gaal.
But there are also those who are questioning his long-term future at the club.
According to Fox Sports pundit Gareth Bale, the former Manchester United coach is not being brought back at all.
No, he’s not,” Bale said in a recent interview with Sky Sports.”
I’ve seen this many times.
If the fans want something different from the manager, then they should vote for him, but he’s been a successful manager.”
Bale, who also had the pleasure of meeting Van Gaal during the recent tour of the US, also questioned the club’s decision to sign Paul Pogba for the price of £89 million, claiming that there was an “unfair” price tag attached to the move.
“When they sign Pogba, they are buying a player that they know nothing about, a player who hasn’t won a title for Manchester United,” Bale added.
“The price tag is so high, you don’t know what to expect from him.”