Rio Ferdinand releases his prediction about Manchester United
Rio Ferdinand retired from playing professional football at a competitive level back in May of 2015 after he was released from Queens Park Rangers but he still remains up to date in the world of football and the former defender has revealed his thoughts concerning what will happen in Manchester United within the next few weeks.
The playing career of Rio Ferdinand has seen him performing in a number of different clubs including: West Ham United, Bournemouth, Leeds United and his last one which was Queens Park Rangers but it was with Manchester United when he became one of the more prominent players in the world of football and it was with the team in Old Trafford where Ferdinand managed to lift 1 Champions League and .
Ferdinand has recently released his thoughts about what will happen with his former club Manchester United as they have been falling behind in the Premier League race and were knocked out of the Champions League.
According to Rio Ferdinand, the former defender believes that Louis van Gaal will not stay with Manchester United for another season despite having a contract which lasts until 2017. Ferdinand says that the time of the Dutch coach is running out in Old Trafford.
The press has been throwing out some of the stats about his reign at Old Trafford. And with the likes of Mourinho, Guardiola and club legend Giggs waiting, it doesn’t appear as though he will be there at the start of next season.”
The Englishman also voiced his thoughts about what types of players does Manchester United need to sign in the winter transfer window in order for the Premier League club to spark their Premier League race back to life.
“Someone who’s going to get goals and someone who’s actually going to get the ball in the final third and take people on; commit people, bring people to him so he creates enough space for other people.That’s what we haven’t got’’ Rio Ferdinand added on.