United Legend Paul Ince names two African stars who could salvage the midfield

Manchester United legend Paul Ince names two African stars who could salvage the midfield as he laments that the team “haven’t got that natural holding… player who can get around the park.

He names Nigeria and Leicester midfielder Wilfred Ndidi alongside Brighton Yves Bissouma and Everton’s Abdoulaye Doucoure.

Much to the despair of many fans, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has continued to rely on Scott McTominay and Fred as his two holding midfielders. It is telling negatively on his results.

“We still haven’t got that natural holding initial player who can get around the park, someone like Bissouma at Brighton, and Ndidi at Leicester, top players. These are players who know how to play the position,” Ince told Genting Casino.

“I watched a corner for Everton against Manchester United, I was thinking, ‘Jesus Christ, he was actually running the midfield Doucoure’.

“I sat there and I’m thinking, he actually run the show, he was up and down on his legs he was getting forward, he was getting back, that’s what United need – not these players who just sit there and hold, and pass it back and forth, you know, look great, that’s what happens.

“So, the midfield has got to be right, and I think sometimes the balance has been wrong and that’s been happening for the last two, three, four years.”

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