Manchester United hero Paul Parker has said Manchester United skipper Harry Maguire shouldn’t be club captain.
Parker, a two-time Premier League champion with United says the England defender has failed to live up to his £80million price tag.
Parker told The Sun: “Despite the position that Manchester United find themselves in the Premier League, they still need to strengthen in the transfer market this summer.
“Regarding the centre-backs, people talk about bringing in a new partner for Harry Maguire, but I would look at bringing in two centre-backs, why can’t it be a player who comes in and plays alongside Victor Lindelof?
“Harry Maguire is not a leader, he plays the game for himself, he sits way too deep, he dribbles for the sake of dribbling and runs himself into cul-de-sacs.
“The goal against Sheffield United, he put David De Gea in a terrible position, and he made a terrible clearance which people then blamed the goalkeeper.
“Sometimes you need to look at the build-up to see the mistakes.
“I have always been unsure about Maguire since the day Manchester United signed him. When they paid £80m, the club didn’t buy an £80m centre back, it was great business by Leicester.
“Despite the position that Manchester United find themselves in the Premier League, they still need to strengthen in the transfer market this summer.
“Bringing in competition for places always helps players to improve their game. You look at Luke Shaw this season, he has really upped his game since the signing of Alex Telles.”