Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher have come hard for Manchester United over Casemiro struggles, MySportDab reports.
The former player is one who has always had his say concerning players performance despite the huge fee they command.
Casemiro is one of those names who have faced heavy criticism from Jamie Carragher who have often time said a lot about the move.
He had a lot to say concerning Manchester United signing the midfielder from Real Madrid who cost them a massive amount.
Casemiro have failed to produce anything much after one season with the club which he has been dealing with injury and fitness issues.
Jamie Carragher have called to move as terrible knowing the club paid a sum of £70 million to Real Madrid according to Transfer News Live.
Here Is What He Said:
‘When you look at Man United buying Casemiro.
“I don’t care how well he did last season – that’s a terrible buy, from a business and club point of view.
“That’s just a panic.
“£70million on a guy who’s 30, 31 on a five-year deal, on massive money.
“I think he’s on the way down now… who’s going to sign him?’
He had some more to say concerning the whole Manchester United drama under Erik Ten Hag which seems to be in shambles.
He slammed the club for being too free with their managers who have come in and failed to make anything happen.
‘I think the managers just have too much power,’ Carragher said, calling Sir Alex Ferguson a ‘legend’ but also a ‘one-off.’
‘I just think since then, top football clubs have top directors of football, people who run the club.
“And I just think they let the manager get on with it. He buys who he wants.
“You look at Ten Hag now, basically 60-70 per cent of the players he’s bought – they’re either from the Dutch League, or he’s worked with them before.
“So you know he’s got an unbelievable amount of power at the club.
“It hasn’t worked, I think it’s the same with Jose (Mourinho), (Louis) van Gaal, other people.
“And a manager should have an input into signings.
“I’m not saying a manager should not know who they’re signing. But a manager shouldn’t be allowed to just go buy who he wants.’
Things are not working out as many expected despite Erik Ten Hag making so much improvement in his first season.
The second season have failed to yield anything despite huge signings like Casemiro in the team who have struggle with fitness.