‘No way’: Gary Neville now reacts to what he’s heard Manchester United could do

Gary Neville has now shared his thoughts on a rumour he’s heard regarding something Manchester United could do.

All eyes are on Sir Jim Ratcliffe at Old Trafford as the 71-year-old prepares for a crucial summer at Manchester United, amid doubts over the futures of several players, and also Erik ten Hag

A story from the Telegraph claims that the Red Devils view Gareth Southgate as a serious option to replace the Dutchman this summer, with sources highlighting the fact Dan Ashworth helped to hire the 53-year-old for England in 2016.

Now, Gary Neville has shared his thoughts on that potential appointment…

Gary Neville reacts to Gareth Southgate rumours

It is safe to say the 49-year-old doesn’t want to see Southgate replace Ten Hag this summer.

Speaking on Stick to Football, Neville said: “I’ve come to the conclusion Southgate can’t happen. There is no way United can wait until July, when pre-season has already started. They look like they don’t know what they are doing and there is no way Gareth can announce before a major tournament that he is going to Manchester United.

“He won’t do that. There’s no way in a week’s time we will see an announcement saying Gareth is leaving England to go to Man United. That would just create absolute turbulence in the England squad for a month. He’s not going to do that for the players. That’s not happening.”


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