Zlatan Ibrahimovic claims Manchester United "dwell too much in the past" following the Premier League club's sacking of manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Solskjaer's departure was confirmed following the Red Devils' 4-1 Premier League defeat at relegation-threatened Watford last Saturday.
Ibrahimovic told The Guardian: "They talk too much about the past. When I went there, I said: ‘I’m here to focus on the present and to make my own story.’
“But when you have too much it becomes like a loop. You have to think about the present or you should go to a hospital and clean your head.”
“I had a great experience in England. Manchester United are an amazing club and we won a couple of trophies,” he said.
The 40-year-old scored 29 goals in 53 appearances during a prolific spell at Old Trafford, where he won the Europa League and League Cup, before joining the Major League Soccer club LA Galaxy in 2019.