Oasis legend and football pundit, Noel Gallagher, has advised Manchester United to replace their head coach Erik ten Hag with Premier League manager Thomas Frank.
Gallagher insisted that Frank, who currently manages Brentford, will reshape Man United.
Man United have struggled for form so far this season under Ten Hag.
The Red Devils are currently in sixth position on the Premier League standings with 21 points from 12 games.
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“United need to get some people to lower the expectations in the short term and then get somebody like Thomas Frank to re-shape that club properly from the bottom up, otherwise there will always be this ‘we need to buy [Paul] Pogba, we need to buy [Alexis] Sanchez’ just to appease the fans for a couple of weeks,” Gallagher told talkSPORT (via Daily Mirror).
“United from the outside, the owners don’t love the club, they don’t like it, they don’t respect what the fans have to say and they need real football people in there, real serious football people.
“The people at the top are not serious, City’s people are serious. United need to get serious and they are not going to do that with the Glazers, because they are in it for what they can get out of it.”