Zlatan Ibrahimovic has questioned whether Erik ten Hag can handle the huge task of managing Manchester United.
The Dutch boss has delivered a no-nonsense approach since taking charge of the Premier League giants in the summer of 2022.
In that time, Ten Hag has forced Cristiano Ronaldo out of the club, seen David De Gea off at the end of his contract and most recently, ousted Jadon Sancho from first team duties.
With Man United sitting in 10th spot in the Premier League, pressure is starting to build around the former Ajax coach.
According to Ibrahimovic, who played for both Ajax and United in a glittering career, the pressure at Old Trafford is completely different to that of the Dutch side.
And he is unsure as of now whether Ten Hag has the right characteristics to manage a club of United's stature.
Speaking to Piers Morgan on Talk TV, Ibrahimovic said: «Ajax is a talented club. They have the best talents in the club. They don’t have big stars.
»What is the experience of this coach? Young talents. He comes to United, it is a different mentality, different players.
«The players there are supposed to be big stars. He is in a different situation. I can imagine him coming from Ajax to United is a big difference, because I have been in both clubs.
»It is a different kind of approach. There you have a different kind of discipline. You come to United and do the same thing… I don't believe it is the same treatment you give."
Ronaldo admitted he didn't respect Ten Hag after the manner of his departure from United, while Sancho is still refusing to apologise following his falling out with the manager over his public criticism.
Asked whether those two issues show Ten Hag has problems managing big talent, Zlatan replied: “I don't say it'sRead on talksport.com