PSV Eindhoven coach Peter Bosz has insisted that Erik ten Hag does not have the players at Manchester United to perform at a higher level at the moment.


Ten Hag earned a huge amount of credit for Manchester United finishing third in the Premier League and winning the EFL Cup last season.


However, the Dutchman has been under pressure in the ongoing campaign with Manchester United failing to find any sort of consistency amidst a massive injury list.




There have been calls for his removal but for the moment Ten Hag’s future at Old Trafford is safe given the fact that the club are set to undergo a regime change in the sporting department.


Bosz insisted that Ten Hag’s job at Manchester United is complicated as he does not have the players to take them to a higher level at the moment.



He stressed that the current Manchester United squad would not be competing for the Premier League title under a different boss.


Bosz told The Athletic: “It is not easy, especially when you don’t have the players to perform at the highest level.



“Take away the coach and think only of the players. Can they play for the title?


“I don’t think so.”


Manchester United are out of Europe and the EFL Cup and are sitting seventh in the Premier League standings.