Paul Ince believes former club Manchester United are on a downward slide and becoming a ‘laughing stock’.
The Red Devils hit a new low following Sunday’s 3-2 humiliation at Brighton, thereby creating more tension at Old Trafford.
Questions over Paul Pogba’s happiness also remain, especially after agent Mino Raiola’s cryptic comments on Tuesday,
Anthony Martial has not resolved his differences with Jose Mourinho.
And former United midfielder Ince has called for all at the club to get their act in order.
“Other clubs and fans are having a field day at the minute, seeing what is happening at Man United,’ Ince told Paddy Power News.
“They’re becoming a laughing stock and falling behind.
“They finished second last season, and will probably make the top four this year, but is that what they should be striving for? No.
“Realistically, their goal should be to win the Premier League. But they just cannot compete with Manchester City or Liverpool at the minute.”
United face a tough test against Tottenham on Monday night, and Ince fears they could find themselves falling even further behind, but he does not believe Mourinho should go.