Manchester United legend, Peter Schmeichel, has urged some of our players to improve their performances quickly, following the defeat to Arsenal last weekend.
The Red Devils were beaten 1-0 by the Gunners, in what was one of our poorest displays of the season, and Schmeichel has demanded better from the players.
Mason Greenwood and Harry Maguire were among United’s best players last season, and although they didn’t play against Arsenal, Schmeichel has urged them step up for the team.
Speaking to beIN Sports recently, he said, “I think some of the big players need to improve.
“There are a few players in there that are recovering from a lot of unwanted media attention that has nothing to do with football.
“A few big players are under pressure from external things, like [Harry] Maguire and [Mason] Greenwood. You have to be happy, the camp has to be happy, to challenge for titles.”
Maguire and Greenwood have not reached their heights of last season, but hopefully, they can put their off-field issues behind them, and then reach top form for the team soon.