Ajax striker, Sebastien Haller, has suggested that manager Erik ten Hag may not find the Manchester United dressing room as welcoming as his current squad.
Ten Hag is now a clear favourite to take over as United’s next permanent manager after he was interviewed last month.
But Haller has claimed it might not be so easy for his manager’s philosophy and management style to transfer over to Old Trafford.
Discussing Ten Hag’s potential move to United, Haller told CNN: “He’s clever, he knows his strengths but also his weaknesses. I think he’s trying to become better every day, so of course, he’s trying to be there for the players… trying to keep everyone involved in the team.
“But I want to say that every dressing room is different, every team is different, so you need to act a bit differently.
“It depends on the dressing room you have so maybe his quality today can be a weakness somewhere else. So let’s see how he does.”