Gary Neville shames 6 Man United stars who aren’t pulling their weight after Everton

Everton 4 – Manchester United 0

Man United were awful at Everton on Sunday.

The last time Man United lost 4-0 in the Premier League was against Antonio Conte’s Chelsea back in October 2016.

Everton embarrassed the Red Devils at Goodison Park as United lost their sixth match in eight.

Now the questions are being levelled in earnest at Man United.

Did they rush to hand Ole Gunnar Solskjaer a three-year deal? Has Jose Mourinho been unfairly maligned for what he achieved at Old Trafford?

And which players need to leave the Theatre of Dreams this summer?

Gary Neville names six Man United stars who aren’t pulling their weight

In his weekly podcast for Sky Sports, Gary Neville has torn into Man United after the Everton game.

Leaving aside the specifics of the defeat, Neville was happy to name five players who aren’t up to scratch right now:

Alexis Sanchez. I don’t know what’s happened to him.

Marcus Rashford. I went to both Barcelona games. Marcus looks off it at the moment. Whether he’s carrying an injury. something’s not right, or the season has caught up with him.

Romelu Lukaku. He doesn’t turn up in the big games. That’s been levelled at him for a number of years now.

Paul Pogba looks like he’s back to the Paul Pogba that was playing under Jose Mourinho, even though he’s been outstanding for the past three months.

Anthony Martial, he’s just come back from injury, but he looks like he’s back in that ambling mood once again.

De Gea looks nothing like, he looks distracted.

Listen to the Gary Neville podcast below.

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