A Man Utd player responded to those who called him the “worst Red Devils player ever” in their criticism.
After criticism from commentators and past players, Man Utd striker Wout Weghorst defended his work for the squad and said that he is “doing a fantastic job.” Weghorst, a loan player from Burnley who joined the club, has not yet scored in the Premier League, but he has in the Europa League and League Cup. Despite this, some observers have been unhappy with Weghorst’s performances, including beIN Sports presenter Richard Keys, who even went so far as to call him the “worst player” he has ever seen wearing a Man Utd jersey. Erik ten Hag, Weghorst’s trainer, has highlighted the player’s contributions to the team outside than goals in order to defend him.
He is a bang-upside-down No. 9, who was unable to make the cut for a failing Burnley club. Yet, Seven Hag seems to believe that he is a delectable No. 10. one who is able to “wear the tux,” as the Americans would say.
“Go ahead. The manager must stop acting as though Weghorst had something to offer since it is all a joke.
He isn’t a “pounding monster. He can’t run, so he doesn’t “make runs.” He also fails to score goals. You can’t start him; instead, move Fernandes to the left and sit £80 million Sancho on the sidelines. Erik is too clever. A lot too clever.
During Weghorst’s tenure at Old Trafford, Manchester United won the Carabao Cup after defeating Newcastle United 2-0 in the championship game.
The “faith” that Ten Hag showed in the Netherlands international made him happy, and Weghorst believes he did “a wonderful job.”
Weghorst defended his performance while serving in the military, saying, “I’ve played a lot of matches and it demonstrates the trust in me. It also demonstrates that I am working hard for the team.
“I came here with the intention of contributing to the club’s success and helping it win titles.
“We now have one. We still have the Europa League and FA Cup to play, and we want to finish as high in the standings and surely in the top four to qualify for the Champions League.
“So that just proves to me that I’m involved in it. Being a part of our accomplishment and receiving that respect is positive.
The encounter versus Newcastle at Wembley was a terrific experience, a lovely atmosphere in the stadium, it has something special, Weghorst continued about the Carabao Cup final.
“We want to win trophies. We just proved to ourselves that we can do it again with the one we now have, and we are all craving more.