Manchester United director, Jose Mourinho, has censured Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford, Jesse Lingard and Luke Shaw for lacking “character”.
Mourinho has just conceded this season he has been despondent with the state of mind of specific individuals from his squad.
In any case, the United director has now ripped into a few players, calling them “spoilt children” who have “a less demanding condition”, when contrasted with the past age of players.
In a meeting with Univision, when asked what his young players at United are missing, Mourinho answered: “They are deficient with regards to development. Also, let me get straight to the point when I say development, I mean development on an individual dimension.
“We had more men, we were more develop, we were more arranged forever, we were less ensured.
“They are spoilt children now, the children of today have an alternate life, a simpler domain and I’m discussing the general population around the players.
“These individuals give them an excess of love and such a large number of reasons.
“Individuals develop substantially more gradually now.
“Luke Shaw, he has huge potential yet doesn’t realize how to act. Enormous potential, truly, huge potential.
“We’re discussing Luke Shaw, Martial, Lingard, Rashford – youthful, huge potential, however by the day’s end it results in the word I can’t state [cojones], yet you utilize it a great deal here… character, identity, they do not have a bit.”