Paul Scholes launched a stinging attack on Manchester United’s big stars
Boss Mourinho nipped in to sign Sanchez from under the noses of rivals Manchester City last summer by handing him a staggering four-year deal on wages of £505,000 a week.
Scholes blasted: “I never saw him as a United player. I saw him as a bit selfish, someone who played for himself sometimes.
“I didn’t think he was a player that we needed, especially for that type of money.
“How would we be able to get rid of him now when he earns those wages? The signing felt like it happened just to stop Man City signing him.”
And Scholes then laid into Lukaku, who has four goals so far this season, for his lack of effort.
He added: “I’m just not sure you are ever going to win the league with a goal scorer like Lukaku. I don’t thin his play outside of the box is good enough.
“I’m not sure if he works hard enough but he’s still a young man who has done well and scored a lot of goals.
“He’s quick and strong, but Lukaku is one of many United players who look like they’re short of confidence.”
And Scholes wasn’t stopping there, with World Cup-winner Paul Pogba next on his radar during his interview with ESPN.