EPL: Paul Ince reveals three players that are not supposed to be in Man United

 Paul Ince 
Former Manchester United midfielder, Paul Ince has revealed three players that are not good enough to be at the club.

According to Ince, the likes of Chris Smalling, Luke Shaw and Jesse Lingard are not supposed to be in manager, Jose Mourinho’s side.

Ince stated this following United’s 3-1 defeat by Liverpool in the Premier League encounter on Sunday.
Goals from Sadio Mane (1), Xherdan Shaqiri (2) gave Jurgen Klopp’s men all three points against United at Anfield as Jesse Lingard’s goal was not enough to give Mourinho’s men a point against the hosts.

“When players like Chris Smalling, Luke Shaw and Jesse Lingard are getting long-term contracts, it shows how backward they are going,” Ince told Paddy Power.

“Give them two or three-year contracts to keep them hungry, but don’t spoil them when they aren’t good enough for the club anyway.
“A resounding issue at the club is that there are far too many players who aren’t fit to wear the shirt. Something has got to give,” Ince added.

“I’m not one to call for Jose Mourinho’s head, but something urgently needs to change. The board need to decide whether they’re going to pay him off or give him more money for players.

“The other option is to just scrap it all and start again. From a football point of view, the whole club is a mess.
“It’s hard to bring in eight or nine players, and to get rid of a load, but I honestly believe that’s what they need to do to start again. Otherwise, how far are you going to let the team slip behind everyone else?”