Man United icon Alex Ferguson doesn't rate Chelsea's Enzo or Caicedo

According to a Chelsea supporter, iconic ex-Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson does not rate the Blues' exorbitantly priced midfield pairing, Enzo Fernandez and Moises Caicedo. Is 'Fergie' right about the developing Blues duo? And a Man United star reveals how Erik ten Hag's approach prevailed in the Red Devils' win over CFC on Wednesday.

Chelsea FC v Luton Town - Premier League
Chelsea FC v Luton Town - Premier League / Sebastian Frej/MB Media/GettyImages

If anyone is a good judge of Premier League quality, Ferguson is arguably one of the best around. Although, he didn't half make some odd signings when at United. Nevertheless, I bet you are intrigued to learn what the 81-year-old thinks about Fernandez and Caicedo. So let's get to it.

If this Blues fan is to be believed, he was in Sir Alex's box after the game which Man United won 2-1. Shockingly, if true, Ferguson stated that Utd midfielder Sofyan Amrabat was 'up against nothing' in the match. CFC would hope for more from the approximately £220 million pair.

Scott McTominay bags brace against Chelsea before revealing Manchester United boss's secret

After the final whistle at Old Trafford in midweek, United hero on the night, McTominay, talked about a tactical tweak made by his gaffer. Rather modestly, the Scotsman claimed that ten Hag supposedly changed a couple of elements at practice. The Scotland international praised the MUFC chief for helping the squad retain energy. The Dutchman is said to have achieved this by having a lot of light training sessions prior to meeting Mauricio Pochettino's men.

This was essentially a public backing for the ex-Ajax head coach from an important player subsequent to rumours of discontent surrounding ten Hag among some unnamed Red Devils personnel. To be honest, if Chels' had been triumphant on the evening, I bet no Utd stars would have spoken out for the under pressure boss.