With all that is going on at Manchester United at the moment, a Red Devils legend, who has criticised Jose Mourinho on many occasions before, feels the Portuguese tactician cuts a lonely figure at Old Trafford.
Despite winning 1-0 against Young Boys in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday night and qualifying for the next round of the tournament, all does not seem well at United.
Mourinho has once again resorted to publicly slamming a few of his players, while there have been murmurs the manager is also not seeing eye to eye with the club's board.
Paul Scholes, someone who has been openly critical of Mourinho in recent months, believes the manager might be a little lost at the moment.
"He seems like a lonely man at the minute, doesn't he?" Scholes told BT Sport.
"He seems the man stuck in the middle of everything. He's fallen out with the people who are trying to buy players for him, he's having a pop at his players.
"He just seems a little bit alone in the middle of it all at the minute. And the way his team is playing, it seems that way as well."
Many fans have also voiced their frustration with the way United have been playing this season, with the team having already lost six matches across all competitions.
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