Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs has hit back at claims that the club’s former players have too much of an influence at Old Trafford, sarcastically suggesting that the Swede knows more than he and his Class of ’92 cohorts.
Earlier this week, ex-United striker Zlatan claimed the looming presence of Sir Alex Ferguson was hindering the Premier League giants from progressing, with the club still looking for its first Premier League title since Fergie retired in 2013.
Moreover, in an interview with the Mirror, Zlatan hit out at the Class of ’92 for their treatment of certain players in the media, most notably Paul Pogba.
But sitting down with members of the press this afternoon, Giggs responded to Zlatan’s claims, didn’t seem too thrilled to have his Manchester United credentials questioned:
Aside from winning the title, United have also failed to finish in the top four on several occasions since Sir Alex stepped down and look uncertain to make this season’s Champions League spots too.
So, does Zlatan have a point, or is Giggs right to be annoyed?
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