Tim Sherwood, a former manager of Tottenham Hotspur, has criticized Manchester United striker Wout Weghorst after the Red Devils’ 2-1 loss to Manchester City in the FA Cup final on Saturday.
Weghorst reportedly sprints around and shouldn’t be wearing a Manchester United jersey, according to Sherwood.
After the Premier League winners defeated Erik ten Hag’s team at Wembley, he said that the 30-year-old lacked talent.
With 12 minutes remaining in regulation, Weghorst came off the bench to replace Jadon Sancho, but he was unable to assist Man United score an equalizer.
The Dutch star, who joined Man United on loan from Championship-winning Burnley in January until the end of the season, seems to have played his final match for the club.
Sherwood told Stadium Astro that Weghorst shouldn’t be wearing a Manchester United jersey.
He rushes about and makes an effort, but in my opinion, he lacks the necessary qualities. They need require a center-forward since they are in desperate need of one.
They have several players that can impact a game and are quite talented in other areas.
But you need a center of attention, someone who can keep the ball aloft and support Marcus Rashford.