Former Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov weighed in on the crisis at the club and expressed his backing for embattled manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
However, he did mention that United had fallen so far down the pecking order in world football that it just isn't as attractive a proposition for players anymore.
"I think Ole is still the man to stop the decline, but they need to do business in the transfer market and buy some players now. The question is who do they go out and get and do the players even want to come to Old Trafford.
"If you asked a group of players now, out of Manchester United and other big teams where would they like to go, United would probably be the last place they'd want to go, which is really depressing, and it shows just how much they have declined," he said.
Referencing Bruno Fernandes - who has been heavily linked with a move to the club - Berbatov stated that purchasing one or two players will not magically solve United's problems and even Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo couldn't revive the club's fortunes single handedly.
On this day in 2009, Dimitar Berbatov's 90th-minute winner sent Manchester United to the top of the Premier League table for the first time that season, with a 1-0 win at Bolton. It was United's 10th consecutive clean sheet in the Premier Leaguepic.twitter.com/3DedsmWeba— United Memories (@United_Memories) January 17, 2020
"I keep reading about Bruno Fernandes, he's not a magician, do people really think if a player comes in the team are automatically going to start winning?
"He's just one man, that's not how it works, it's a team game and you can't expect just one person to come it and change things at United, even if it is Messi or Ronaldo.
Berbatov made 149 appearances for Manchester United, scoring 56 goals and assisting 27 times over the 4 seasons he spent there.
He also won the Premier League thrice in that time, forming a potent attacking quartet alongside Wayne Rooney, Cristiano Ronaldo and Carlos Tevez.
(Quotes R/T Goal)