Jamie Carragher in a recent open talk show has told Manchester United fans to be concerned about the club’s interim manager, Ralf Rangnick.
He added that the lack of chances Manchester United created under the German should be a serious worry for their fans.
Manchester United was forced to a 1-1 draw by Newcastle United on Monday night and Rangnick maintained his unbeaten start at United intact, but it has been anything but a thrilling time on the pitch since the German took over.
Carragher believes the lack of attacking threat that United are showing under Rangnick should be a worry for them.
According to him, the system Rangnick is employing is wasting the talents of Cristiano Ronaldo.
“The thing that would worry me as a Manchester United fan is the lack of chances they’re creating in games,” the Liverpool legend told Sky Sports.
“You’ve also got to think of the opposition they’re playing again. This is a depleted Newcastle team who have conceded 11 in the last three games.
“You look at Norwich who Manchester United never really created anything against, they’ve just conceded five against Arsenal. That would be the worry for me.
“You think of the role of Cristiano Ronaldo this season, the number of times he’s saved Manchester United with big goals,’ Carragher continued.
“He got the penalty at Norwich but he hasn’t really had many chances.
“If you’re not creating much for him…he’s a killer, deadly in the box, but if you’re not creating too much he’s not that involved in the game.”