Manchester United are slipping down a slippery slope as the Premier League continues to unfold.
With a home loss against Crystal Palace and a draw against Southampton thereafter, it seems like there is a lack of ideas and depth in the current squad.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is failing to bring in creativity to the team without a striker who can score 20+ goals a season, the squad seems to be low on ideas, keeping possession aimlessly.
The team also lacks experience and it seems like Solskjaer isready to put all his money on the team’s youngsters.
In any sport, the best way to blood academy players is by bringing them into a team with experience and within a winning environment, which is nowhere near happening at Old Trafford.
For a club of this magnitude, they shouldn't be having this kind of problems. Was selling Romelu Lukaku a fault by the Norwegian? How long will the hierarchy continue to give him more time to bolster his squad and turn the current toothless situation around?
This article was written by a Soccer Laduma reader.