Alan Shearer, a legend at Newcastle United, has cautioned that Manchester United now has “too many bad eggs” on its roster.

After Manchester United’s embarrassing loss to Newcastle United in Saturday’s Premier League match, Shearer delivered the message.

After halftime, Anthony Gordon put the game away for Newcastle, giving them a 1-0 victory over Manchester United at St. James’ Park.

Shearer, though, was unimpressed with Erik ten Hag’s squad, claiming that Marcus Rashford and Alejandro Garnacho “didn’t look interested” in assisting the defense.

According to Shearer, Newcastle United dominated Man United in wide areas. Trippier and Livramento stood out against Wan-Bissaka and Dalot, but Rashford and Garnacho provided little assistance for United’s defense.

There is absolutely nothing effort from him there, and Rashford is completely far away from him [Livramento].

There are too many rotten apples on the Manchester United squad, in my opinion. He further stated, “Too many bad attitudes.”

“When you’re in a good spot, it’s easy; you can control the ball, play your game, and make good passes.

“But when things aren’t going your way, you’re feeling a little weary, you were away at a game in Europe and now you have to get your hands dirty, that team just doesn’t have enough personalities.”

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