Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer told he is playing midfielder Scott McTominay in the wrong position, by ex-Chelsea striker Tony Cascarino on TalkSport.
The United graduate has been a shining light in what has been a disappointing campaign thus far, with the academy graduate starting all 11 Premier League games this season.
Although he does not have the world-class qualities of midfield compatriot Paul Pogba, is energy and tenacity have been a big hit with the Old Trafford faithful.
The Scotland international has also chipped in with goals as he showed again away at Norwich, with a shot on the turn last weekend.
However, former Chelsea man Cacarino told TalkSport that he felt Mctominay is not being played in the right position.
Saying: “Fred and McTominay are not a partnership, they are not a partnership to lead Manchester United in midfield.
“I think [McTominay’s] not bad but you’re talking about Manchester United being not bad in midfield.”
Adding: “I actually see McTominay as a centre-half. I look at him every time and come away thinking ‘you’d be far better off being a centre-half’ because he does a lot of things that centre-halves do well.”