Former Liverpool star Graeme Souness is just not convinced at all by Manchester United’s appointment of Ralf Rangnick.
The German tactician was announced as the club’s interim manager after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was sacked about a fortnight ago.
While nearly every reaction has been hugely positive, Souness has been the first open critic of Rangnick's appointment.
"This is the third interim manager since Fergie went. I don't get it,” Souness told talkSPORT.
"The man Rangnick's CV is not one you would go 'wow' and doesn't jump out at you. He's not been super successful. I think he's won one trophy.
"His talent would appear, and we will find out, to go into a football club and develop the structure and improve in a five- to 10-year period.
"That's not what Man United need right now. Man United need it instantly. They need someone to make an impact now,” he concluded.