After the 2-0 humbling at Everton, members of the Old Trafford board are now reported to be openly questioning David Moyes' future as United manager
The 2-0 defeat at Everton marked another low in Manchester United's season - and left many questioning David Moyes' future at the club.
Former Liverpool skipper Jamie Carragher, now a pundit for Sky, says United's performance was the worst he can EVER remember.
The defeat means United cannot claim fourth spot and will miss out on the Champions League for the first time in 19 years.
“That’s the worst I’ve seen from them over 90 minutes,” said Carragher.
“When I played it was total dominance from Manchester United. I’m looking at this team and wondering why they didn't play like that when I was playing.
“Shinji Kagawa on the left wing must wonder what this English football is all about. Nobody seems to know what’s going on on the pitch or in the dug-out.
“You can’t see what the plan is, what they’re trying to do.”
This is because Bournemouth are owed 25% of any transfer fee.
Any bid for Lallana must take into account money owed to Bournemouth, where he played as a 10-year-old in the club’s academy.
The Cherries have already received £18,000 compensation, but are entitled to 25% if Lallana moves on.
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Old Trafford board members are questioning whether Moyes is the right man to oversee the £200m rebuilding project in the summer, according to The Sun.
The 2-0 defeat to his successor Roberto Martinez at former club Everton was the champions’ 11th league defeat of the season.
And now the Scotsman is losing support in the boardroom ahead of United’s summer spree to rebuild an ageing and under-strength squad.
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