Zlatan Ibrahimovic has suggested that Manchester United's Class Of 92, which includes former players such as Gary and Phil Neville, Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs, have been a negative influence on the club in recent times.
"They are not there anymore," Ibrahimovic told The Mirror.
"They are on TV and complaining all the time because they are not active in the club.
"If you want to work in the club, go and search for work in the club.
"So you cannot be on TV and always complaining and criticising. Yeah, ok, you’ve had your time, we know it."
Ibrahimovic spent a season-and-a-half at Manchester United under the management of Jose Mourinho. The 37-year-old was critical of how Paul Pogba's performances have been analysed by Class Of 92 members, whom he refers to as the "circle of Ferguson".
With Pogba, he was with United when he was young, then he went out and he came back.
And in the circle of Ferguson, they don’t like that. Because they stayed all their life under Ferguson and they never moved from Ferguson.
And they didn’t even talk if Ferguson didn’t tell them to open their mouth.
So now if they are talking, I don’t know whether Ferguson gave them permission or not.
The Swede also said that the club needs to find its identity once again nearly six years on from the retirement of Alex Ferguson.
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